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Full text of "Union harmony, or, British America's sacred vocal music : comprising a large portion of ancient standard Church tunes in the various metres now in use : also, modern European and American compositions from the most approved professors in music : with [a] number of original tunes of easy acquirement; anthems, and special pieces, adapted to various public occasions"



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Presented to the 
library of the 

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

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Institute for Canadian Music 



I UNION HARMONY: 1 

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BRITISH AMERICA'S SACRED VOCAL MUSIC, m 



COMPRISING A LARGE PORTION OF ANCIENT STANDARD CHURCH TUNES 

IN THE VARIOUS METRES NOW IN USE. 



MODERN EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN COMPOSITIONS 



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FROM THE MOST APPROVED PROFESSORS IJV MUSIC. 



WITH UrthtfJMBER OF ORIGINAL TUNES OP EASY ACQUIREMENT; ANTHEMS, AND SPECIAL PIECES, 
.'d ADAPTED TO VARIOUS PUBLIC OCCASIONS. 

FOURTH EDITION, ENLARGED AND IMPROVED. 



SAINT JOHN, (New Brunswick:) 

PUBLISHES BY STEPHEN HUMBERT, AND SOLD BT HIM IN SAINT JOHN; ALSO SOLD BY WILLIAM REYNOLDS, 
DAVID M'MILLAN, V. H. NELSON, AND WILLIAM AVERY, BOOKSELLERS IN SAINT JOHN. 

1840. 






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PREFACE. 



Since the sale of the last edition of this work has been completed, the author has been frequently importuned to republish the 
Second Edition entire. The approbation with which that book was received has not been diminished, notwithstanding the various 
editions of sacred music which have been circulated through the British Provinces. 

The author would have been happy to have gratified his musical friends, and still hopes he will not forfeit their favorable regards, 
by having only copied a great part of that work into this edition, and supplying the remainder from the valuable resources within his 
power. 

I« compiling this fourth edition, he has endeavored to embody as much style and diversity as could well be comprised in a work 
of this size. Many sound and standard tunes of ancient origin are retained, others of modern date, of simple style or chanting form are 
added, and are here recommended for church practice, in preference to such tunes as are often used, burthened with overmuch slur- 
ing and useless repetition, occupying much time without affording that pleasing melody, always found in correct simple sacred music. 
Should the present work meet a favorable reception, it is hoped such useless custom will be discontinued. 

It is also further hoped and fervently wished, that the present too much prevailing practice of dull and monotonous performance, 
particularly in time, in devotional exercises, may drop into disuse ; and the audience thereby be relieved from that impatience to 
which such performances naturally subjects them. 

In most of the sacred music that has come within the author's reach, especially that of ancient date, Melody is the grand ingredient; 
but latterly, professors of music have adopted a general system in which Melody is wholly confounded in Harmony ; hence in the roost 






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PREFACE. 



popular music of modern date, no one part of the compound in the several parts of a tune affords a pleasing melody ; and it is only 
when the parts move together that the pleasing sensations arising from good music are obtained. 

To correct in some degree such system, and urge a consistent melody in each and all the parts of a tune, the present work has a 
general tendency ; and those teachers and leaders in the science of sacred music, who will exert their influence in restoring that style 
in their performances which naturally produces the best melody, and that movement in the respective modes of time, which secures 
the life and spirit of the tune, will render essential service to the general practice of sacred music, and stimulate more effectually, the 
ardor of devotional exercise in public worshipping congregations. 

The author acknowledges with gratitude the kindness of several Publishers and authors of music in Boston, who have allowed him 
to enhance the value of his work, by extracting from their publications. 



INTRODUCTION TO THE GROUNDS OF MUSIC. 



There are in Music only seven sounds or tones, whose distance or 
degrees are measured by five whole, and two half tones, which tones 
are represented by Notes placed upon five lines and their Spaces, 
called a Staff; and when a tune requires notes above or below the 
five lines, other lines are added, either above or below, as occasion 
may require. 

The first lesson for the learner, is the Scale or Gamut of Music. 



The Scale for the Base is designated by this character, *■" and is 

placed on the letter F or fourth line, and is called the F Cliff. The 
Cliff for the Tenor, Treble and Counter, are the same, and is 

marked thus /£ on the G, or second line as thus, 



Space above 
Fifth Line- 



Fourth Space Cp 



Fourth Line 
Third Space ~ 

Third Line 

Second Space 

Second Line 

First Space 

First Line 

Space below 



THE GAMUT OR SCALE OF MUSIC. 



For Base. 



B 
— A — 
G O 



-G 



Sol 

F— O— Faw- 

E O Law 

D— O— Sol 

C O Faw 

— B— O— Mi 

A O Law 

_0— Sol 



F 



Space above 

Fifth Line 

Fourth Space 
Fourth Line — 
Third Space 

Third Line 

Second Space 
Second Line — 
First Space 

First Line 

Space below 



For Tenor, Counter and Treble. 

G O Sol 

F— O— Faw- 

E O Law 

D— O— Sol 

C O Faw 



B-O— Mi- 

A O Law 
-G— O— Sol — 



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which the learner is to get by heart without asking for any 
explanation. The next lesson in order is the rule for the transposi- 



tion of the Mi, which is the regulating note, and is to be learned in 
the same manner as the Scale and repeated as follows : 



1 J\'JL KUL>U U 1 1U-JN . 



The natural place for Mi is in B, but 
IfB be flat, Mi is in E. 
" B and E be flat, Mi is in A. 
"BE and A be flat, Mi is in D. 
" B E A and D be flat, Mi is in G. 

If F be sharp, Mi is in F. 
" F and C be sharp, Mi is in C. 
"FC and G be sharp, Mi is in G. 
" F C G and D be sharp, Mi is in G. 
By these flats and sharps, Mi is removed from B to any letter on 
the Scale. 

Flats and sharps are characters used to remove the Mi note as 
above, and for that purpose are placed at the commencement of a 
tune ; each line or space having either flats or sharps is raised by a 
sharp one halftone, and by flats depressed one half tone through the 
whole tune, unless altered by occasional flats, sharps, or naturals. 
Note, when there are neither flats or sharps at the commencement 
of a tune, then that tune is called natural, and the Mi remains un- 
moved on B. The tunes in this work are either in three or four 
parts, and are braced accordingly. To distinguish the parts of a 



tune, characters called Cliffs are used, and are placed on the Staffs 
as marked in the tune. Having ascertained the part you are to sing 
by the Cliff, the next thing is to find the Mi note ; for which pur- 
pose you are to repeat the letters as they stand on the Scale, until 
you come to B, and then you say the natural place for Mi is in B, 
and the learner has now all the use for which the letters on the 
Scale is intended, as the same rule for finding the Mi note holds 
good in tunes where the Mi note is removed by flats or sharps. 

The singing names of what is sometimes called Sol Fa-ing, now 
come in use, and are always besides the Mi, only three, viz. Fa Sol 
and La. The first line or space is always Fa, and the first line or 
space below Mi is always La; rising from Mi Fa Sol La twice, then 
Mi again, and by descending to, or from the Mi, La Sol Fa twice, 
then Mi again. The Fa and La should always sound as Faw, Law, 
and the Mi as Mee. The next lesson is to raise and fall the sound 
of notes on the Scale in regular succession ; each line or space con- 
tains one degree of sound, two of which are only halftones, and are 
always La and Fa, and Mi and Fa. 

Before attempting to learn a tune, it is necessary to comprehend 
the scale showing the proportion of notes and rests, as to their dura- 



1 Semibreve. 2 Minims. 4 Crotchets. 



tion of sound, as for example 
SCALE SHOWING THE PROPORTION OF NOTES. 

8 Quavers. J 6 Semiquavers. 32 Demisemiquavers. 



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INTRODUCTION. 



One of the two most important characteristics in the Science of 
Music, is Time. The Staff on which music is written is divided by 
bars across the lines of the Staff. The space between those bars,, 

commonly called a bar, contains the measure of Time, as in ^ or ^ 

one semibreve, or two minims, or four crotchets, &c. fill one bar, 
and each bar contains only the Time, regardless of the number of 
notes in the bar. The same rule holds in all modes of Time. 

To secure a proper and correct movement in Time, it is necessary 
to practice some artificial movement until the learner has obtained 
some proficiency in singing ; the most convenient method is, to beat 
or measure Time with the hand. Various modes have been prac- 
tised, either may do if correctly performed, but the most consistent 
is that mode recommended in this work. 

In J^i or 2L Time, which is the slowest mode, there are four 

movements to each bar, to perform which 

1st. Let the fingers of the right hand fori. 

2d. Drop the heel of the hand. 

3d. Raise the fingers, and draw them towards the breast. 

4th. Raise the fingers upwards. 



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In 3J2: or 2a[, Time is measured by the same proportion of notes 



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as in 2«: Time, and is beat or measured by two movements to a 

bar, as 

1st. Let the fingers /all. 
2d. Raise the hand. 

In 2j-, Time is measured by one minim to a bar, and is beat as g 
only one third quicker. 

Triple time is marked, first §, and contains one pointed semi- 
breve to a bar, and is measured by three beats to each bar, as 

1st. Let the fingers fall. 

2d. Drop the heel of the hand. 

3d. Raise the hand. Time same as ^. 

Triple Time, secondly, contains one pointed minim to a bar, is 
beat as the preceding, only one third quicker. 

Compound Time *?, contains two pointed; minims to a bar., and 

is beat the same as -^. 



I N T R O D U C T I O N . 



*| Time contains two pointed crotchets to a bar, is beat as *~| a bar, and is beat as *?, only one third quicker 
only one third quicker. 



ZZ 4^ 

In ^r or 2j- Time, the under figures show the fractional parts of 

the measure note, viz. four crotchets ; the upper figures denote four 
beats to a bar, that is, one to each crotchet, or four beats to the 
measure note, (a semibreve) which fills the bar. 



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In J 2 or S Time, the measure of notes is as in ^, but the beat 
is only two to the bar, because the time is quicker. 

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4r shows that only two crotchets, or fourths of a semibreve, fills a 

bar, and has two beats to a bar. 

In Triple Time, ^?, three minims, or seconds of a semibreve, fills 
the bar, and has three beats to a bar. 

Second mode of Triple Time *j, contains two pointed minims in 



In Compound Time, the beats to a bar are equal, and the notes to 
a beat odd, it is therefore called Compound Time. 

First mode, ~£, contains two pointed minims, or six crotchets (a 

pointed minim being equal to three crotchets) to a bar, has two 
beats, each taking half the bar, or the time of three crotchets. 



min- 



Compound time ^? same as ^fj, only crotchets are instead of 

ims, and quavers in place of crotchets, beat as 2?, only one third 
quicker. 

To the foregoing general explanation, a knowledge of the follow- 
ing Musical Characters will comprehend ample instruction for the 
learner, in all that is necessary to begin practising upon plain and 
familiar music. As the intention of the Publisher of this work was 
to avoid scrupulously all unnecessary embarrassment in the elemen- 
tary part of this book, nothing has been introduced that is not 
necessary, or anX thing superfluous retained. 



INTRODUCTION. 



MUSICAL CHARACTERS EXPLAINED, 



Examples. 



Examples. 



The Base Cliff is placed on the fourth line, g5~ ~ZZ~ZZ 
and called the F Cliff, and is used only in Base, ^ZZZ ZZ ZZ" 



The Tenor and Treble Cliff is placed on the 
second line, and called the G Cliff, and is 
used in Tenor and Treble, and in Counter. 

A Staff is five lines with their spaces, where- 
on notes and other characters are written. 



Ledger Lines are used when notes ascend 
or descend beyond the compass of the staff. 



A Brace shows how many parts are sung 
together. 



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A Flat set before a note sinks it one 

semitone. 






Either a Sharp or Flat set at the beginning of a tune has influ- 
ence through it, unless contradicted by a Natural. 

A Natural restores a note, made flat or — ~~ ~-\ 

sharp, to its primitive sound. 






Observe, that Sharps, Flats, and Naturals affect the sound of no 
letters but those on which they are set. 

A Repeat shows what part of a tune is to — '~~ — ' — v — 
be sung over again. 






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A Sharp set before a note raises it one • i — • — ~ ■ 

semitone. "j ffr --1 



Figures, 1, 2, signify that the note under ,i.CT "Zll._ _ 

figure 1 is to be sung before repeating, and — P"!! — P*~TT 
the note under figure 2 at repeating ; if tied, -— f-~:-H — p-~:P 
both are to be sung. 



A Slur shows what notes are sung to one ; j:s:~r»^ 
syllable : but when the notes are tied at the ;q"Ft_FH^ 
bottom, the slur is unnecessary. — P^PPPP 



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Stoccato Marks should be performed dis* ZZZZZZZZZZZZ3 

tinctly ; when dots are introduced, they must ■ — p — r — r •! 

bte sun<r soft and distinct. ~— I— — 1— — I— ■ 



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INTRODUCTION. 



Examples. 

A Point of Addition adds to a note one half ZZJIZJQZI] 
its original length. When set after a Semi- ZDICZZD 

breve, it makes it equal to three Minims; when 

set after a Minim, it makes it equal to three Crotchets, &,c 



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A Hold signifies that the notes, over which ■ 

it is set, may be continued at the pleasure of 
the performer. 



A Figure 3, placed over or under any three ■ 3» — r T^j~\ — ' 



notes, reduces them to the time of two of the 
same kind. 



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Choosing Notes are placed in a direct line, "~~q~^~~j r 

one above another, either of which, or both — q~q ~q — »" 
may be sung. 1 — m — !-- 



A Ligature or Tie, comprehends two or more "j"~~^ 
notes upon the same line, or space, tied with — n'f "H~| 
a slur, which must be sung with one name, — D-I.C 
and as one sound. 




A Single Bar divides the time according z 
to the measure note. 



A Measure Note is that which fills a bar. 






Examples. 
Appoggiatures, or Leaning Notes, are sun or Z55Z"il!Z~~ 

foi- -+^-:^g_:: 



according to the value of the note, which 
lows, 



A Double Bar shows the end of a strain. 



A Close shows the end of a tune. 



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When the learner has committed the preceding explanations, and 
the names of the several Musical Characters to memory, he will soon 
be enabled to apply them to their respective uses, and with but small 
verbal instruction proceed to a correct practical performance in his 
progress. The necessity of paying particular attention to the prin- 
ciples must be obvious, and should therefore in no case be dispensed 
with, as the knowledge of Notes, Musical Characters, and their uses, 
are every way requisite to a proficiency in the art of music. 

Much depends in assigning suitable voices upon the several parts. 
In order to secure a proper expression, both in sound awl sense, notes, 
however long or short in their duration, should be struck and ended 
soft, gradually increasing the sound on the first part, and diminish- 
ing toward the close. As the notes ascend on the Staff, they should 
be sung softer than the low, which should always have a bolder ac- 
cent. The words should retain their proper accent, and be sung as 
distinctly as possible. Sounds on the base should be full, on the 



INTRODUCTION 



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tenor bold and manly, (not effeminately, as in the present practice of 
modern time, by females) the counter soft, yet firm, and the treble 
smooth and delicate. The directive terms in this work are generally 
in plain English, understood at first sight, and require a suitable 
attention from the performer. A good effect' is produced by alter- 
nate loud and soft singing in particular parts of some tunes, under 
the directive term soft. Some of the singers may be silent, one 
singer should not be heard above another, faiutness in expression 
should be avoided, and the time of the tune kept true. In changing 
from soft to loud, strike the first loud note moderately, not rashly 
loud, as those terms are only relative ; extremes must be avoided. 
Other graces in music, such as Holds, Trills, leading small notes, 



transitions, &c. must be acquired by practice ; they may be omitted 
without serious injury until knowledge and judgment dictate how 
and where to apply them. 

Singers should always consider, that a becoming deportment in a 
company performing, or learning " Sacred Music," cannot consis- 
tently be dispensed with. Scripture and reason both forbid it. So- 
lemnity of manner," in the performer, will add importance to the 
subject.. The frequent occurrence of the sacred name of God, the 
solemn recital of the important concerns of religion and immortality, 
are too weighty to admit even the indication of levity; and, doubt- 
less, if the very soul of the singer was poured forth in his music, his 
audience could but scarcely resist imbibing his inspiration. 



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LESSON FOR BEATING TIME ON NOTES AND RESTS. 



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COMMENCEMENT. 



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I'll tune ray pipe to joyful notes, And raise each nodding grove ; Un - til the birds distend their throats, To sing my Saviour's love. 

.__._.____ _p_.ft-. _ -B'.-Bz ,_. . _ . .:§:_ - 

HARM OF FOUR PARTS. 






Treble. 



Counter. ^ _ ' ^ ._ — ^ _ _, 

. _. .*_a _p_. — ft. __*_.« , — # . T ___.__.ft_.a -T _ft_.ft_.ft_.ft_ ft .ft - .ft_|^.____ :i — 



Tenor. 



Be - hold the morning sun, Be • gins his glo - rious way, His beams thro' all the nations run, And life and light con- vey. 






Bass. 



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$5- G ive as much time to the several rests, as to the notes they represent ; and be careful that you make but one sound of the pointed minims, sounding them smoothly without jerking the voic«. 



UNION HARMONY: 



OR 



BRITISH AMERICA'S SACRED VOCAL MUSIC 



ALACRITY. L. M. 



S. Humbert. 






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:=z-:i=s=i:pzz 






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!zFE£E 



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Praise ye the Lord, 'tis good to raise, Our hearts and voices in his praise ; His nature and his name in - vite, To make this duty our de - light. 



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TRUTH. L. M. 



S. Humbert. 



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Mm^SM^MmiBmlSBmmms§S^ 



Death like an o - verflow- ing-stream, Sweeps us away, our life's a dream, An empty tale, a morning flow'r, Cut down, cut down and wither'd in an hour. 



lisiie^SsiifelSli 






EsSeSE^ 



VIVACITY. L. M. 



S. Humbert. 



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H« makes the grass the hills adorn, And clothes the smiling fields with corn ; Tho beasts with food his hand supply, And the young ravens when they cry. 



. . "Pz zpz(*" . 



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:ai±:di^:i»_»_^_» iE. 



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MOUNT CALVARY. L. M. 



S. Humbert. 



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lilsllSIBliliiiigliiililililiiiS! 



2.iz£:?i:izzb±Ez*zB^ 

To shame our sins he blush'd in blood, He clos'd bis eyes to shew us God, Let all the world fall down and know That none but God such love could show 



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fPf"ppfpp|P5ppf 



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Ilgililiiiliipilliaiili 



OCEAN NEW. L. M. 



R. S. Ben 



ison. 






E5HE3»HSE55 



/ould you behold the works of G 

rvai'P • •zpi~: - :|*: ( zii - i§i*:*t:~ it "*z|*zp zi~zze:|z ii?z?z|!!!i£::i:ti"§iizz'~~i~z l9 i*:|*i§zi: # izz~r - iijiz3:zj~ 



Would you behold the works of God, His wonders in the earth abroad, 



Go with the mariner and trace, the unknown re - gions of the seas. 

Q-- ' 2 



Go with the maii - ner and trace, the unknown re - gions of the seas. 



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CONTEMPLATION. L. M. 

-e- 



R. S. B 



enison. 









When I sur - - vey the wond - - rous cross, On which the Prince of glo - - ry died, 









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Sfi 












My rich - est 



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gain 
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I count but loss, And pour con - tempt on all my pride. 






PORTER. C. M. 



Altered from Stanley. 



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Come, sound aloud Jehovah's name, And in his strength rejoice; When his salvation is our theme, Exalted be our voice — Ex - alt - ed be our voice. 
i'ZZ-3 -«jt_.«I- _I _l.p1 _JZ.plpJ_-___ , .g?-3l_j|_:Lg._I JpJ.Zl 1 I._3.t 



2d ending. 



MEDFORD. C. M. 



What shall ren - der to my God, For nil his mer-cies shown ? My feet shall visit thine a-bode, My songs ad - dress thy throne. 



•s_«E 



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DOUGLASS. C. M. 



Where'er I turn my gaz - ing eyes, Thy radiant footsteps shine ; Ten thousand pleas - ing won - ders rise, And speak the hand di - vine. 



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COVENTRY. C. M. 



2d ending. 






Oh, could our thoughts and wishes fly, A- bove these gloomy shades, To those bright worlds beyond the sky, Which sorrow ne'er in -vadcs. 









CORDOVA. C. M. 



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1. To God, your strength, your voice a - loud, In strums of glo - ry raise; The great Je - ho - vah, 

2. With psalms of lion - or, and of joy, Let all his tern - pies ring; Your va - rious in - stru- 

~~ V~ x ^ \ • "" o> •]] ', "" 

Ja - cob's God, Ex - - - alt in notes of praise, Ex - - alt in notes of praise. 



ments em - ploy, And songs 



of 



umph sing, And songs 



of tri - umph sing. 






OLD HUNDRED. L. M. 



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Slow. 



Dr. Douland. 

r-)- nT — -r^^r- T /Tv _~ 






Thus far the Lord has led me on ; Thus far his pow'r prolongs my days ; And every evening shall make known Some fresh memorial of his grace. 






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PLEYEL'S HYMN. L. M. 



Very Slow. 



iiliiilii* 

Pleyel. 



i very siuw, 






5-* 1 0-f 



■s-*T(9-ri- 






So fades the lovely blooming flow'r, Frail, smiling solace of an hour; So soon our transient comforts fly, And pleasure only blooms to die. 









PORTUGUESE HYMN. L. M. 



Dixon's Coll. 



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Ms-— 

Lord, 'tis a pleasant thing to stand In gar - dens plant - - ed by thine hand ; Let me with- 

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bse&e 

zzz?z:=fc* 



-P— ^-t-t tJZ-i_P ^-I_P_^ T-L-Lat --T T_p J ; 






Like a young ce - dar, Like a young ce - dar, like a young ce - dar fresh and green. 



I . _._«.*_.]•_._ , 



in thy courts be seen, 






24 PENTECOST. L. M. 

These three verses may be sung as separate tunes. 



Dixon. 



^M=mM§Mt^SW^M§M^^=^^M 



When march - ing to thy blest a - bode, The wond' - ring mul - ti - tude survey'd, The pomp - ous state of thee our 









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God, In robes of maj - es - ty ar - ray'd. The pomp - ous state of thee our God, In robes of maj - jes - ty ar - ray'd. 



2d Part. 

Treble. 






PENTECOST. Continued. 



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2 Trebles. /*, --■ » fr 



A- 



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Sweet singing Levites led the van, Loud instruments brought up the rear; Between botii troops a vir - gin train With voice and timbrel charm'd the ear. 

Bass. 0~> ^ ^ q 

Bassoon. a 

— ^ \-v-v- i ji i -3- • "^ » ~"» — ••"o 1 " ~d -3~ ""• " "•" 

3d Part. 



z^:p:s:«iez£i-pz:zjipzz^iz:*:ff:*^ 



FfflE- r PfFH :B 



p::zz= 



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This was tlie burden of their song, In full as -semb-lies bless the Lord ; All who to Israel's tribes belong, The God of Israel's praise re- cord. 
Bms. ^ . O—— - — 



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MINERVA. L. M. 



Holden. 



^^^~l—^~^^^j^q^^^mi^^^^i^^^^i-B^^m^izi 



When tlie great builder arcli'd the skies, And form 'd all na - ture with a word: 



The joy -ful cher - ubs tun'd his 












praise, And every bending throne adored. The joj ful cherubs tun'd his praise, And ev' - ry bending throne adored, And every bond - ing throne adored. 



HOPKINTOIV. L. M. 



Wood. 



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Death like an o - ver - flowing stream, Sweeps us a-way ; our life's a dream, An empty tale, a morning flow'r, Cut down and witlier'd in an hour. 



RUSSIA. L. M. 



Read. 



W 



False are the men ofliigh degree, The baser sort are vani - ty ; Laid in a balance both ap -pear Lio-lit as a puff of emp-tyair 

Laid in, &c. Lig|n aSj &c 



Laid in, &c. 



Light as, &c. 



28 CHELSEA. L. M. 

Andantino. 



zmzSzzz: 






Thou sa - cred One, Al - migliiy Three, Great ever - lasting mys - te - ry ; What lofty numbers shall we frame, Equal to thy tremendous name ? 




COWPER. L. M. 



Holden. 



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It means thy praise, &c. 






It means thy praise, how- 



It means thy praise, however poor, It means, &c. 

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It means thy praise, however poor, It means, &c. 









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;v - er poor, An an - gel's song can do no more. 

. >_.ja_ ft s. 



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— ^ 

, EE._. _ _ BE. — 3E_- — _ — _ HB ^ , L , __ — — — PI 






lillPIiillif 



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BROOKFIELD. L. M. 



Billings. 



'Twas on that dark that dole - ful night, When powers of earth and hell a- 



T _e — e — 

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3 



rose A - gainst the son of God's de - light, And friends be - tray'd him to his foes. 



Air. 

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NEW TRIUMPH. L. M. 

Pia. 



Janes. 



For. 



31 






And where's thy vict'ry boasting grave ? 






Say live for - ev-er wondrous king, Born to redeem and strong to save ; Then ask the monster where's thy sting ? 



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Then 



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For. 






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ask the monster, where's thy sting? And where's thy vict' - ry boasting grave? And where's thy vict' - ry boast - ing grave. 



43- 






32 



Pia. 



GROTOJf. L. M. 

For. 



Sanger. 



Pic 



1st TREBLE. 

S-^# -It— 



2d TREBLE. /■ ~^ Ifr ^— ^ fy 

Let the shrill trumpet's war - like voice, Ma!<e rocks and hills his praise rebound ; Praise him with harps melo - dious noise, And gen - lie 
tenor. ^— — x 

For. Pia. For. Pia. For. 



Di_ t 



psalter's sil - ver sound. Let virgin troops soft tim - brils bring, And some with graceful motion dance: Let instruments with various strings, With organs join'd his praise advance. 



WILLIAMSTOWN. L. M. 



Edson. 



33 



A faithful, &c. 

A faithful, &c. 
Lord, if thou dost not soon appear, Virtue and truth will flee away ; A faithful man among us here, Will scarce be found if thou de - lay. 






A faithful, &c. 

WINDHAM. L. M. 

•Pr-r 



Will, &c. 

Read. 



Broad is the road that leads to death, And thousands walk together there, But wisdom shows a narrow path, With here and there a trav - el - Icr. 



II 






34 BRIDGEWATER. L. M. Edson. 



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My soul tliy great Cre - a - tor praise, When cloth'd in his ce - les - tia! rays, 



He in full ma- 



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He in, &c. 

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He in full raaj - es - ty ap - pears, He in full rn;tj - es - ty ap-pears, And like a robe his glo - ry wears. 



jes - ty ap - pears, He in, &c. 



And like, &c. 



FOUNTAIN. L. M. 



Leach. 



35 



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O every one that thirsts draw nigh, 'Tis God invites the fallen race, Mer- cy and free sal- va - tion buy, Buy wine and milk and gospel grace. 



PARIS. L. M. 



Billings. 



He reigns, the Lord the Saviour reigns. Praise him in e - van - gel - ic strains ; Let the whole earth in songs rejoice, And distant islands join their voice. 

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If 



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36 DEVOTION. L. M. 



Read. 



Sweet is the day of sa - cred rest, No mor - tal care shall seize my breast ; 



O 



O may my heart in 

O may, &c. _ 

O may, &c. Like David's, &c. 

may, &c. Like, &c. 



tune bo found, Like Da • vid's harp of sol 



enin sound, 



I 



PENNSYLVANIA. P. M. 



Ingalls. 



37 



From 



The God of glory sends his summons forth, Calls the south nations and a - wakes the north, 



From east, &c. 






From east, &c. 






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From east to west the sov'reign orders spread, 



The~ 



east, &c. 



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From east, &c. 



Thro' dis - tant worlds and re - gions of the dead : 






From east to west the sov' - - tgign or - ders spread, 






38 



PENNSYLVANIA. Continued. 






trumpet sounds, hell trem - bles, heav'n re - joic 






The trumpet, &c. 



The trumpet, &c. 






The trumpet, &c. 

ft 






The trumpet sounds, The trumpet, &c. 






The trumpet, &c. 



The trumpet, &c. 



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The trumpet, &c. 



Tlie trumpet, &c. 









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trem - 



bles, heav'n re - joic - es, 

*=EE=r=dEd 



clieer ful voi - ces. 



Lift up your heads, ye saints, with 












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MONTAGUE. L. M. 

ii 



Swan. 



39 



Hi 



Ye sons of men with joy record, The various wonders ofthe Lord, And let his pow'r and good - ness sound, Thro' all your tribes the world around, 



Let 



Let the high heav'ns your 



Let the, &c. Where, &.c. 

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Let the, &o. Where sun and moon and planets roll, And stars that glow from pole to pole. 

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Where, &c. 

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u. 



40 BRISTOL. L. M. 



Swan. 



liiiiEiiiliiglSi^S 



The lof - - ty pil - lars of the sky, And spacious concave ruis'd on high, Spangled with stars a shin - ing frame, Their 






TIT unweary'd, &c. 
great O - - rig - - i - nal pro - claim. Th' unweary'd, &c. 



Th' unweary'd sun from day to day, Pours knowledge on his gold - en ray, 



BRISTOL-. Continued. 



41 



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And pub - - - lish - es to ev' - ry la 

And, &c. 



lish - es to ev' - ry land, The work of an Almighty hand. 



- lish - es to ev' - ry land, And, &c. 

WELLS. L. M. 



y 



Holdrayd. 



r ard ; And while the lamp holds out to burn, The vilest sin - ner may re - turn. 



ii^iiiiiiiiliil 

Life is the time to serve the Lord, The time t'ins 



Life is the time to serve the Lord, The time t'insure the great reward ; And while the lamp holds out to burn, The vilest sin - ner may re - turn. 






42 



CONFIDENCE. L. M. 



Holden. 

Pia. 






Now can my soul in God rejoice, I feel my Saviour's cheering voice, My heart awakes to sing hia praise, And longs to join immor - tal lays. Hold me, O Jesus, in thine 

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arms, And cheer me with immortal charms, 'Till I awake in realms above, For-ev-er to en -joy thy love, 'Till, &c. 



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GAGETOWN. L. M. 



Humbert. 



43 



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Lord, what a tho'tless wretch was I, To mourn, and murmur, and re - pine, To gee the wicked plac'd on high, In pride and robes of honor shine 



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But Oh, tlieir end, their dreadful end, Thy sanctuary taught me so : On slipp'ry rocks I see them stand, And fiery billows roll below 



44 



INVITATION. L. M. 



Corrected from the Rural Harmony. 

iy, Cut slid i the hours of thy de - lay; Fly like a youthful hart or roe, O - ver the 



Come my be - lov - ed haste a - way, Cut shcii the hours of thy de - lay; Fly like a youthful hart or roe, O -ver the 















Fly like, &c. 



Fly like, <&c'. 

Fly like, &c. U ■ vi-r, &c. 

O - ver, &c. 



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i ills where spi - ces glow, 



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INVITATION". Continued. 



45 









O-------- - ver, &c. O - ver, &c. 

Fly like, &c. 



'^ - -^- 



St. JOHN. L. M. 



Humbert. 



^■Q- 



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Life is the time to serve the Lord, The time t'insure the great reward ; And while the lamp holds out to burn, The vilest sin- ner may re - turn. 



46 



FORT LAWRENCE. L. M. 



Words by S. Humbert. 






SEE 



• 



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To thee, my God, my voice I'll raise, My pow'rs shall join to sing thy praise ; While life shall last, the sweet employ Shall be my constant theme and joy. 



2. 



For O how many and how great 
Thy mercies, Lord, to me are shewn ! 
Each morning does thy love repeat, 
Each night thy goodness does return. 



Since day and night we are thy care, 
And mercies every moment flow, 
O may each night and day declare 
The praise that to our God we owe. 



When dangers lurk around our tent, 
And thousands stare us in the face, 
To Israel's God our cries we vent, 
And he preserves us by his grace. 



Hosannah to the great Three One : 
Let angels raise the anthem higher ; 
And all intelligences known 
Strike in and join the blissful choir. 



ARMLEY. L. M. 



T. Williams' Coll. 



47 









Air. 






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liiil^lli^ilIi=iEaPliy=i^Piliii^|ii||=iliiiii 



Thou, whom my soul ad - mires 



a - bove All earth - ly joy, and earth - ly love, 



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Tell me, dear shep - herd, let me know, Where do thy sweet - est 



pas - tures grew. 



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48 



SEAMAN'S SONG. L. M. 



T. Williams' Coll. 



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Air. 






Would you be - hold the works of God, His wonders in the world a - broad, Go with the mar - i - 



For. 






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ners and trace The unknown re - gions of the seas, The unknown re - gions of the seas. 






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LIVERPOOL. L. M. 



49 



If #*:-:= 



^n^g^Mis^^^s 



The day glides sweetly o'er their heads, 



And soft and silent as the shades, 



Quick as their tho'ts their 



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Made up of innocence and love, 



Their nightly minutes gently move. 



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joys come on, But fly not half so fast a - way ; Their souls are ever bright as noon, And calm as summer evenings be, And calm, &c. 






EBEHa 

i -p— p-^-j 






60 



CONTRITION. L. M. 



Air. Ajfettuoso. ^ ^ 

Lord, with a griev'd and aching heart, To thee I look, to thee I cry ; Supply my wants, and ease my smart: O help me soon, or else I die ! 



Here on my soul a burden lies, No human pow'r can it re - move, My num'rous sins like mountains rise, Do thou re - veal thy pard'ning love. 






CONTRITION". Continued. 



Pio 



For. 



51 



Break off tliese adamantine cliains, From cruel bondage set me free, Rescue from everlasting pains, And bring me safe to heav'n and thee, And &c. 



/Ts /Ti 



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ANGELS' HYMN. L. M. 



W. Tansur. 



5* 



m 

Air. 



III! 



m 



i^illiiilillJIpEil^filigl^lii^SriS 

High in the heav'ns, eter - nal God, Thy goodness in full glory shines ; Thy truth shall break thro' ev'ry cloud, That veils and darkens thy designs. 



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52 



SANDY RIVER. ' L, M. 



Belknap. 
Pia. 



Be - yond this curtain of the 



Air. 



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Descend, ye hosts of angels bright, And bear me on your guardian wings, Thro' regions of celestial light, Above the reach of earthly things. 






sky, Up where e - ternal a - ges roll ! 

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Where sol - id pleasures nev - er die, And fruits immor - tal feast the soul, And fruits, &c. 



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CONCORD. L. M. 



Belknap. 



53 






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'Tis finish'd! so the Ha - viour cry'd, And meekly bow'd his head and died; 

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'Tis finish'd ; yes, the 

m — 0- 






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For. 



SzEEHEEia! 



race is run, The hat - tie's fought, the vict'ry won, 'Tis finish'd; yes, the race is run, The, &c. 



54 



HALIFAX. L. M. 



Humbert. 



&3 









Now in the heat of youth - ful blood, 



Re - mem-ber your Cre - a - tor God * 



Behold the 



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months come hast'ning on, When thou shalt say, my joys are gone, 






When thou shalt say, my joys are gone, 



HALIFAX. Continued. 



65 






When thou shall say, my joys 



gone, my J°y s 



are gone. 






say, 



my joys 



are gone. 






are gone, When thou shalt 

When thou shall say, my j°y s > m Y j°y s > m Y j°y s ' aro gone. 



SIMPLICITY. L. M. 



Humbert. 






Air. 



O come, loud anthems let us sing, Loud thanks to our al-mighty King: For we our voices high should raise, When our salvation rock we praise. 



56 



CARLETON SIDE. L. M. 



Humbert. 



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bzzfc: 






.©— - 



-e T --e- 



_ e _. n _ T _©__p_ T _-e-__-p_^_:g_ ( : 



Thou man of grief re - mem - ber me, Who nev - er canst thy - - self 



for - get; 



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Thy last 



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-e- •-!- -G---1- 






mys - te - rious ag - o - - ny, Thy faint - ing pangs, and bloody 






sweat. 

Ill 



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PARADISE. L. M. 



Holden. 



57 



1 ^kz^z^ 






piiil!iiil^lliplligiilligii;iliil 

Air. Now to the shining realms above, I stretch my hands and glance my eyes : O for the pinions of the dove, To bear me to the up -per skies. 

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«t 









illiifil! 



There from the bosom of my God, Oceans of endless pleasure roll: There would I fix my last abode, And drown the sorrows of my soul. 






58 



BELIEVER'S CONSOLATION. 



Moderato. 



Burts. 

2d time For. 



My soul, my soul thro' my Redeemer's care, Sav'd, sav'd from the second death I feel, JVJy eyes from tears of 



dark, of dark des - pair, My feet from fall-ing, My feet from fall-ing, 



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My feet from fall - ing in - to hell. 



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Where - fore to him my feet shall run, My eyes on his per - fee - tions gaze, My 

o _ ' "^ 



BELIEVER'S CONSOLATION. Continued 



59 

2d time For. 



fi\ 4r -#■- 



* — s -e- ** ^_ _/■ — >. 



soul shall live, shall live, shall live to God a - lone, 



And all with - in me 



«_-._« 



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shout 
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his praise, And 



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all with - in me, all with - it] me, 



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And all with - in me, shout his praise. 



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60 



FALL OF BABYLON. 



Beaumont. 



Moderator 



Pia. 



In Gab - riel's hand, a mighty, mighty stone, Lies a fair type of Ba - by - Ion ; Prophets re - joiee, 



In Gab - riel's hand a mighty stone, 

For. 



Pia. 






And all ye saints, God shall avenge your long complaints. 



He said, he said, and 'dreadful as he 

9 & 






-tir 



For. 









stood, He sunk the mill-stone in the flood: Thus ter - ri - biy shall Ba-belfall, Thus ter - ri - bly shall Ba - bel fall, shall 






Sp|_. 












ALL OF BABYLON. Continued. 61 

* Futl \.^.. _* ?__ 



Ba - bel fall, And nev - er, nev - er, nev - er more be found at all, And nev - er more be found at all. 






And nev - er, &c. 



CHORUS. Spirito. 

For. 



Pia. 



For. 






Haste happy day, Haste hap - py day, Haste happy day, that time I long to see, When ev'ry son of Adam shall be free: 



62 



CHORUS. Continued. 
^ Pia. 



For. 



b< /* 



* __ ^ The pleas - ing, &c- _ « # • 



The pleus - ing wonders of the Saviour's name. 

4r rt\ 



Then shall the happy world a - loud proclaim, The pleas - ing wonders, 



The pleas - - ing, &c. 

SANDWICH. L. M. Maxim. 



s 



Whose daughters, bright as polii 
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Whose daughters, bright as polish'd stones, Give strength and beauty to the state 



Air. Happy the city where theirsons Like pillars round the palace set 



And daughters, bright as polish'd stones, Give strength and beauty to the state. 

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£££ 



Whose daughters, bright as polish'd stones, Give strength and beauty to the state, Give, &c. 

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Whose daughters, bright as polish'd stones, Give strength and beauty to the state, Give, &c. 



PORTLAND. L. M. 



Maxim. 



63 






O may my heart, &c. 



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Air. Sweet is the day of sacred rest, No mortal cares shall seize my breast ; 



O may my heart in tune be found, Like David's harp of solemn sound, 



__§i 



*^ O may, &c. Like, &c. 

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O may my heart in tune be found, 

* T , ..»...,_=»_, 



Like David's harp of solemn sound, 

1 --.-2— .- 






O may my heart in, &c. 

.ft_p=^zf_=r;-f«. 



I 2 

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Like David's harp of solemn sound, O may my heart in tune be found, Like David's harp of solemn sound. 



O may, &c. 

..0 |0_ -Q- 1 2 



O may my, &c. 



64 



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BILLINGS. L. M. 






,:£-£ 



Lord, when thou didst ascend on high, Ten thousand angels fill'd tlie sky, Ten thousand angels fill'd the sky; 

Those 
Those heav'nly guards a- 

Those heav'nly guards a - round thee wait, Like chariots that at - tend thy state, Those heav'nly guards a - round thee 

, Like cha riots, 



Those heav'nly guards a - round thee wait, Like i 



heav'nly guards a - round the wait, Like chariots that at - tend thy state, Like cha riots, Like cha 

t: 

round thee wait, Like chariots that at - tend thy state, Like chariots that at - tend thy state, Those heav'nly guards a - round thee wait, Like 






BILLINGS. Continued. 



65 



1 2 






wait, Like cha 



riots, Like cha 



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chnriots that attend lliy state, Those heav'nly guards a-round thee wait, Like chariots that at - tend thy state. 

1 2 



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riots, Like chariots that at - tend 






thy state, 



chariots that at - tend thy state, Those .heav'nly, &c. 






1 2 



Like cha - riots, 



iiiPii! 



WARD. L, M. 



Washburn. 



j^telHiii 




ilillliliEilllllllEiiiilli^ifl^iflli 



%& 



« O 9 



-rVSr-e, 



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Am. Sparc us, O Lord, aloud we cry, Nor let our sun go down at noon ; Thy years are one eternal day ! And must thy children die so soon, And must, &c. 

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66 



NAPLES. L. M. 



Shall mortal, &c. More, &.c. 



Shall the vile race of flesh and blood, Contend with their Creator, God 1 



Shall mortal worms presume to be Wore holy, wise, or just than he. 






Shall mortal, &c. More, &c. 



1 2 



Shall mortal, &c. More, &c. More, &c. 



MORTALITY. L. M. 









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H: 



Death like an o - ver - flowing stream, Sweeps us away ; our life's a dream ; An empty tale ; a morning flow'i , Cut down and wither'd in an hour. 



LIMEHOUSE. L. M. 



Husband. 



(»7 






of your dy - - ing Friend, Do this, he said, till time shall 



P— T— rs — 



In mem'ry 









m 

mm 

end ; 

Ill 









Meet at my ta - ble and re - cord The 



E5EfEjEzEEEE}:~EiE=?piI=?=i{ 



re - cord The love of your de - part - ed Lord. 



68 



ORLAND. L. M. 



E - ternal are thy mercies, Lord ! E - ternal truth at - tends thy word ; Thy praise shall sound from shore to shore, Till suns shall rise and set no more. 



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stretch from shore to shore, His king-dom stretch from shore ta shore, Till moons shall wax and wane no more. 



70 



EXHORTATION. L. M. 



Now in the heat of youth - ful blood, Re - mem -her your Cre - a tor God; Behold the months come hast'ning on, When 






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you shall say my joys are gone, When you shall say my joys are 



gone, 



When you, &c. 






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CLINTON. L. M. 



71 






2d Treble. 



Sal - va- lion is for - ev - er nigh The souls that fear and trust the Lord ; And grace, descending from on high, Fresh hopes of glo - ry shall afford. 



PILESGROVE. L. M. 



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2d Treble. 

Awake, my soul, to hymns of praise ; To God the song of tri - umph raise ; Adorn'd with mnjes-ty di - vine, What pomp, what glory, Lord, are thine. 



72 



MUNICH. L. M. 



German. 



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Twas on that dark tltat dismal night, When pow'rs of death and hell arose, Against the Son of God's delight, And friends betray'd him to his foes. 









DERBY. L. M. 

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ie sing the wonders of that love, Which angels plav on ev' - ry chord ; Let all below and all above, With hallelujahs praise the Lord, Willi ballelujnha praise the Lord. 

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BALLSTOWN. L. M. 



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74 



ILLINOIS. L. M. 



Con Spirito. 



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With all my pow'rs oflieart and tongue, I'll praise ray Mak - er in my son<r ; Angels shall hear the notes I raise, Approve the song, and join the praise. 



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ord for- give! Let a ro - penting rebel live! Are not thy mercies large and free? May not a sinner trust in thee? 



ROTHWELL. L. M.* 



75 



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The heavens declare thy glory, Lord, In every star thy wisdom shines ; But when our eyes behold thy word, We read thy name in fairer lines — We read thy name in fairer lines 






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BRENTFORD. L. M. 



2d Treble. Alto. 

Be all my heart, and all my clays, Devoted to my Saviour's praise ; And let my glad o - be - dience prove, How much I owe — how much I love. 



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76 



SAFFORD. L. M. 



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Oh ! hap - - py day, that fixed my choice, On 






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joice, And tell its rap - tures all abroad. 



QUITO. L. M. 



77 









Who is this stran - ger in dis - tress, That trav - els through this wil - der - ness? Op - pressed with ^sor - row 



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sins, On her be - lov - ed Lord she leans, On her be - lov - ed Lord she leans. 



78 



QUEBEC. L. M. 



Thou whom my soul admires, above All earth - ly joy all earth - ly love — Tell me dear Shepherd, let me know, Where do thy sweetest pastures grow— Where do, &c. 



MENDOIV. 



L. M. 



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Loud swell the pealing organ's notes ; Breathe Ibrlh your soul in raptures high ; Praise ye the Lord with harp and voice, Join the full chorus of the sky. 



WAYNE. L. M. 



79 



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nt voices sing ; No force the mighty power withstands, Of God the u - niversal King, Of God the u - niversal King. 

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PENDLETON. L. M. 



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Loud Malle - lujalis to the Lord, From all be -low and all a - bove ; In lofty songs ex - alt his name, In songs as lasting as bis love. 



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ATLANTIC. L. M. 



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Come, O my soul, in sacred lays, Atlempt thy great Creator's praise : But oh ! what tongue can speak his fame, What mortal verse can reach the theme. 



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PARK STREET. L. M. 



Venua. 






Wake, O my soul, and liail the morn, For unto us a Saviour's born ; See, how the angels wing their way, To usher in the glorious day, To usher, &c. 
* This passage may be sung by two Tenors and Base — or by two Trebles and Alto, as it is written. 



IYOTTAWAY. L. M. 



61 



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Give thanks to God; he reigns a - bove ; Kind are his thoughts, his name is love; His mercy a - ges past have known, 



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And a - ges long to come shall own — And a - ges long to come shall own. 

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And a - ges long to come shall own — And a - ges long to come shall own. 

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Now to my God, my heart and tongue, With all their powers, shall raise the song; On earth thy 

glo - ries I'll de - clare, Til! heaven th' immor - tal notes shall hear, Till heaven, th' im - mor - tal note9 shall hear. 






WELLVILLE. L. M. 



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Lord, 'tis a pleas - ant thing to stand, In gar - dens plant - ed by thy hand; Let me with- 



in thy courts be seen, Like a young ce - dar fresh and green, Like a young ce - dar fresh and green. 

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84 



LORRAIIV. L. M. 



Great God, at- tend while Zi - on sings, The joy that from thy presence springs, To spend one day with thee on earth, Exceeds a thousand days of mirth. 



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For. 



Might I en -joy the meanest place, Within thy house O God of grace, Not tents of ease, or thrones of power, Should tempt me to desert thy door. 



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HAWLEY. L. M. 



85 



1. Oil, could our thoughts and wishes fly, Ahove these gloomy shades, To those bright worlds be - yond the skies, Which sorrow ne'er in - vades. 

2. Oh then, on faith's sublim - est wing, Our ardent souls should rise, To those bright scenes, where pleasures spring, Immortal in the skies. 



STOINEFIELD. L. M. 



Stanley. 



Now may the God of power and grace, Attend the people's humble cry ; Je - ho- vah hears when Israel prays, And brings deliverance from on high. 
Will he remember all our sighs, His love exceeds our best deserts, His love accepts the sa - cri - fice Of humble groans, and broken hearts. 
Now save us Lord, from slavish fear, Now let our hope be firm and strong ; Till thy salvation shall ap - pear, And joy and triumph raise the song. 



Organ. 



Voice. 



86 



CHARLESTOWN. 



L. M. 

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The spacious earth and swell - ing flood, Pro - claim the wise and power - lul God; And thy rich glo - ri 



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But in thy Son a glory shines, 
Drawn out in far superior lines; 
The lustre of redeeming grace 
Outshines the beams of nature's face. 

3 

Grace, 'tis a sweet, a charming theme 
My thoughts rejoice at Jesus' name ; 
Ye angels, dwell upon the sound ; 
Ye heavens, reflect it to the ground. 

4 
O may I live to reach the place 
Where He unveils his lovely face, — 
Where all his beauties you behold, 
And sing his name to harps of gold. 



NEW HUNDRED. L. M. 



Birkenhead. 



87 






Worthy the Lamb of boundless sway, 



In earth and heaven the Lord 



of all; Ye princes, rnl-ers, powers, o 



bey, 



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fall, 



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fore his sceptre fall. 



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The deed was done ; the Lamb was slain ; 

The groaning earth the burthen bore : 
He rose, he lives, — he lives to reign, 

Nor time's strong arm shall shake his power. 
3 
Riches, and all that decks the great, 

From worlds unnumbered hither bring ; 
The tribute pour before his seat, 

And hail the triumphs of our King. 
4 
From heaven, from earth, loud bursts of praise 

The mighty blessings shall proclaim, — 
Blessings that earth to glory raise ; 

Awake, each soul, and shout his fame. 



88 



INTERMENT. 



For Funeral Occasions. Handel. 



Largo Jiffctuoso. 



Unveil thv bosom, faith - ful tomb, Take this new treasure to thy trust ; And give these sacred relics room, To slumber in the si - lent dust. 






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Nor pain, nor grief, nor anxious fear, 

Invade thy bounds. No mortal woes 
Can reach the lovely sleeper here, 

While angels watch the soft repose. 
3 
So Jesus slept, God's dying Son, 

Pnss'd thro' the grave, and bless'd the bed 
Rest here, dear saint, till from his throne, 

The morning break, and pierce the shade. 
4 
Break from his throne, illustrious morn, 

Attend, O earth, his sov'reign word, 
Restore thy trust, — a glorious form 

Shall then arise to meet the Lord. 



ACTIVITY. C. M. 



S. Humbert. 



89 



«. 






Je - sus, my Lord, I know his name, His name is all my trust, He will not put my soul to shame, Nor let my hope be lost. 






LIVELY. C. M. 



S. Humbert. 



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Rehearse his praise with awe profound, Let knowledge lead the song, Nor mock him with a solemn sound, Upon a thoughtless tongue. 



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90 



TRIAL. C. M. 



S. Humbert. 



Come let us join our cheerful songs, With angels round the throne, Ten thousand thousand are their tongues, But all their joys aro one. 



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SUBMISSION. C. M. 



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S. Humbert. 






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Thee we a- dore, e - ter - nal name, And hum - My own to thee, How feeble is our mortal frame, What dy - ing worms are we. 



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Should fright us from the shore, Should fright us from the shore, Not Jordan's streams nor death's cold flood, Should fright us from the shore. 



92 



MISSIONARY. C. M. 

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Leach. 






The an - gel of the Lord came down, The 






While shepherds watch'd their flocks by night, All seat - ed on the ground, 



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INVITATION. C. M. 



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93 



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Ye wretched hungry starving poor, Behold a roy - al feast, Where mercy spreads her bounteous store, For every humble guest. Seo 



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Jesus stands with open arms, He calls he bids you come, Guilt holds you back and fear a - larms, But see there yet is room, there yet is room. 






94 



GRACE. C. M. 

•- 



R. S. Benison. 






His 

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Great God, with wonder and with praise, On all thy works I look, But still thy wisdom pow'r and grace, Shine brighter in thy hook, Shine, &c. 






RESIGNATION. C. M, 



R. S. Beni 



ison. 



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Than what my Father please, Than what my Father please. 



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Not all the pains that e'er I bore, Shall spoil my fu - lure peace, For death and hell can do no more, 



Than what my Fa - tlier please. 









Than what my Fa - ther please. 



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Reid. 






95 



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The angel of the Lord came down, And 
The angel of the Lord came down, And glo - - ry 



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All seat - ed on the ground, 






The angel of the Lord came down, And glo 



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Lord came down, And glo - ry shone aronnd, And glo- ry shone arouud, The an- gel of the Lord came down, And glory shone a - round. 

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gl» - ry shone around, And glo - - - - ry shone around, The an - gel of the Lord came down, And glory shone a - - - round, 

shone around, And glo - ry shone a - round, The angel of the Lord came down, And glo - ry shone around, And glo - ry shone a - round. 



shone around, And glo 



ry shone around, 



The angel of the Lord came down, And glo - - ry shone a 



round. 



96 



SOLEMNITY. C. M. 



R. S. Benison. 



The year rolls round and steals a - way The breath that first it gave, Where'er we are, whate'er we be, We're trav'ling to the grave. 



WINDSOR. C. M. 



Slow. 

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Kirby. 



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My God, how many are my fears! How fast my foes in - crease ! Their number, how it niul - ti - plies! Ilowfa-tal to my peace. 



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BANGOR. C. M. 



Tansur's Coll. 



97 



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Fools in their hearts be - lieve and say That " all re - !i - gion's vai 



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Fools in their hearts be - lieve and say That "all re - li - gion's vain ; There is no God, that reigns on high, Or minds th' affairs of men." 



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CORONATION. C. M. 

Soft. Loud. 



So/l. 



Holder). 

Loud. 



1 2 






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All hail the pow'r of Jesus' name, let angels prostrate fall, Bring forth the royal diadem, And crown him Lord of all, Bring forth, &c. 



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98 



MOULINES. C. M. 



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Je - sua, I love thy glorious name, 'Tis music to my ear; Fain would I sound it out so loud, That heav'n and earth might hear. 






Yes, Thou art precious to my soul, My treasure and my trust; Jewels to thee are sordid toys, And gold is glitt'ring dust. 



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BUCKINGHAM. C. M. 



Williams' Coll. 



99 



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Mm 

Help, Lord! for men of vir- tue fail, Religion los - es ground ; The sons of wick - ed - ness pre - vail, And treache - ries abound. 



SUTTON. C. M. 



Goff. 



1 2 






Save rae, O God, the swelling floods Break in upon my soul, 



I sink, and sorrowso'er my head, Like mighty waters roll 

1 2 



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I sink, &c. Like might)', &c. 

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100 



OMEGA. 



C. M. 



Hold 



en. 






Air. 



My Saviour my Al - mighty friend, When I begin my praise, Where will the glowing numbers end, The numbers of thy grace, A- 

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A - wake, awake my tuneful pow'rs, With this delightful song, 






wake, awake my tuneful pow'rs with this delightful song, 



And en - tertain the darkest hours, Nor think the season long. 






tune - • ful 



pow 



With this delightful song, 



RESOLUTION. C. M. for fast day. Holden. 101 






Great King in Zion, Lord of all, We bow before thy face ; 



With grief we own our follies past, With, &c. 



And seek thy pard'ning grace. 



With grief, &c. 



With grief, &c. 



While we invoke thine awful name 

In this appointed rite, 
May love divine inspire our songs, 

And fill our souls with light. 

3 

Near to thy seat would we approach, 
And find acceptance there, 

Jesus, by thine own sacrifice, 
Present our ardent prayer. 



A grateful tribute, Lord, inspire, 

For all thy mercies past : 
Let goodness crown each future day, 

While months and years shall last. 

5 

Before thy throne, great God, we bring, 

Our highly favour'd land ; 
Be thou our never failing friend, 

And guide us by thine hand. 



102 



CANTON. C M. 






How did ray heart re-joice to hear My friends de - vout - ly say, In Z\ - on let us all ap - pear, And 



Up to, &c. 

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keep the solemn day, 



Up to his courts with joys un - known, The do - ly tribes re - pair, 



The 









Up to, &c. 






CANTON. Continued. 



103 



The son, &c. 

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DANVILLE. C. M. 



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Williams. 






O what immortal joys I felt, And raptures all divine, When Jesus told me, I was his, And my Beloved mine; 



And my Be - loved mine. 






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104 



PSALM 1 19th. C. M. 



Smith. 






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Had not thy word baen my delight, When earthly joys are fled, 



My soul, &c. 

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My soul, &c. 



Had, &c. 



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My soul oppress'd with sorrow's weight Had suni; among the dead, Had sunk a- 



My soul, &c. 



Had, &c. 



Had, &c. My soul, &c. _ 

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My soul, &c. 
mong the dead, My soul oppress'd with sorrow's weight, Had sunk a - mong the dead, Had sunk a - mong the dead. 



My soul, &.o. 



Had sunk, &c. 



SUNBURY. C. M. 



105 



r 



My, &c. 

What shall I ren - der to my God For all his kindness shown, My feet, &c. 

My feet, &c. 

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My feet, &c. 



My songs ad - dress thy throne. 

1 2 






106 



NEW DURHAM. C. M. 



Austin. 



Each pleasure hath its 



Each 



^ ; 



Each pleasure hath its poison too. And 



Each pleasure hath its poison too, And ev'-ry sweet 

I 2 



poison too, And ev'-ry sweet a sn«ve, 

pleasure hath its poi - son too, And ev'-ry sweet a snare, Each pleasure hath its poi - son too, And ev'-ry sweet a snare, 
ev' - ry sweet a snare, - - - - - - 



VICTORY. C. M. 



Read. 



107 






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round, 



Now shall my head, be lift • ed high, 



- - bove my 



A - - bove my foes 

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And songs of joy and vie- to - ry, sound, With -in thy temple sound, 

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And songs of joy and vie - to - ry, Within thy temple sound, sound, sound, With - in thy tem - pie sound. 

And songs, &c. 



With - in, &e. 



sound, 



K- 



And songs, &c. sound, 



108 MAJESTY. C. M. Billings. 



The Lord de - sccnd - ed from a- bove, And bow'd tlie lieav'ns most high, And un - der - neath his feet ho 



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cast, The dark ... ness of the sky. On cherubs and on cherubim, Full roy-al - ly he rode, And 



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MAJESTY. Continued 

T~* 'jSTM — &.~T~9~Z 



109 



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on the wings of miglity winds Came fly - ing all a - broad, And on tlio wings of mighty winds Came fly - ing all a - broad. 



MEAR. C. M. 



A. Williams' Coll. 






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O 'twas a joy - ful sound to hear, Our tribes devoutly say, Up Is-rael to the temple haste, And keep your fes - tal day. 



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110 OCEAN. C. M. 



Swan. 



Si!:!!!; 



Thy works of glo-ry mighty Lord, That rule the boist'rous sea, The sons of courage shall record, Who tempt the dang'rous 






way. At thy command the winds a - rise, And swell the tow'ring waves, And swell the tow'ring wavtvs, 



At thy, &c. 



way. At thy command the winds a - rise, And swell the tow'ring waves, And swell the tow'ring waves, 



At thy, &c. 






/ 



At thy, &c. 



OCEAN. Continued. 



Ill 






The men as - ton - ish'd mount the skies, And sink in gap - - - ing graves. 






CHARLESTON. C. M. 



SLOW. 



With earnest long - ings of the mind, My God, to thee I look, So pants the hunted hart to find And taste the cooling brook, And, &c. 



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112 



SOLITUDE-NEW. C. M. 



West. 






Fly like a tim'rous, trembling dove, 



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My refuge is the God of love, My foes insult and cry 

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Since I have plac'd my trust in God, Why 



dove, Fly like a tim'rous, trembling dove, To dis - tant moun - tains fly. 






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my trust in God, A refuge always nigh, 

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Fly, &c. 



my trust in God, A refuge always nigh, Why 



SOLITUDE-NEW. Continued. 



113 



should 1 like a tim'rous bird, Why, &c. Why, &c. 

Why, &c. a tim'rous, &c. 

Why, &c. Why, &c. 

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should, &c. 



St. MARTIN'S. C. M. 



a tim'rous, &c. 

Tansur's Coll. 



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O thou, to whom all crea - tures bow, Within this earthly frame, Through all the world how great art thou ! How glorious is thy name. 






114 



BOSTON. C. M. 



Billings. 









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Me - thinks I see a heav'nly host Of an -gels on the wing; Me-thinks I hear their cheerful notes, So mer - ri - )y they sing. 












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Let all your fears be banish'd hence ; Glad tid - ings I pro -claim, For there's a Saviour born to day, And Je - sus is his name. 



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CARTHAGE. C. M. 



T. Williams' Coll. 



115 



Andante. 



Air. 



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There is a fountain fill'd with blood, Drawn from Im-man - uel's veins; And sinners plung'd be - neath that flood, 






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For. 









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And sin - ners plung'd be - neath that flood, Lose all their guilty stains, Lose all their guilty stains. 



116 



EDOM. C. M. 



West. 



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O - ver the heav'ns he spreads his cloud, And waters veil the 

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With songs and honors sounding loud, Ad - dress the Lord on high ; 



O - ver the heav'ns he 



* O - ver the heav'ns he spreads his cloud, And waters veil the 



■ skv. - - - And waters veil the sky, He sends, &c. 



sky, - - - - And waters vei 

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spreads his cloud, And waters veil the sky, He sends his show'rs of blessings down, To cheer the plains below, He makes the gra ss the 



sky, And wa 



ters veil the sky, 



He sends, &c. 






spreads his cloud, And wa - ters veil the sky, 



He sends, &c. 



EDOM. Continued. 



117 



He makes the grass the mountains crown, And corn in vallies grow, And ci>m in vallies tow. 



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mountains crown, And corn in vallies grow, ... He makes, &c. 



And corn, &c. 






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He makes, &c. 

WALSAL. C. M. 



And corn, &c. 

A. Williams' Coll. 






.._-_Q_^Q, (. 



3S 



Air. Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear My voice ascending high: To thee will I di - rcct my prayer, To thee lift up mine eye. 



118 STADE. C. M. 

HYMN OF THANKSGIVING FOR DELIVERANCE IN A STORM. 



I. Burney. 



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Air. 

Our lit - tie bark, on boist' - rous seas, By cru - el tern - pest tost, With - out one cheer - ful 



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beam of hope, 



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zizzzazzaziZDZiaizs z pz:iz°z:Hziz°z3 



N. B. The Halltlvjahs to be sung only at the end of the bth and Gth rerses. 









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Ex 



pect 



be 



lost, Hal-le - )u - jah, Hal - le 



lu 



jah, Hal - le 



lu 



jah, 






We to the Lord in humble prayer 
Breath'd out our sad distress ; 

Though feeble, yet with contrite hearts 
We begg'd return of peace. 



With pitying eyes, the Prince of grace 

Beheld our helpless grief; 
He saw, and (O amazing love !) 

He came to our relief. 



Oh ! may our grateful, trembling hearts 

Sweet hallelujahs sing 
To him who halh our lives preserv'd, 

Our Saviour and our King. 



6 



The stormy winds did cease to blow, 
The waves no more did roll j 

And soon again a placid sea 
Spoke comfort to each soul. 



Let us proclaim to all the world, 
Will) heart and voice, again, 

And tell the wonders he hath done 
For us, the sons of men. 



Am. 



GASCONY. C. M 



119 






To thee, be • fore the dawning light, My gra - cious God, I pray ; I med - i - tate thy name by night, And keep thy law by day. 






Pia. 



When midnight darkness veils the skies, I call thy works to mind; My tho'ts in warm de - vo - tion rise, And sweet ac-cept - ance find. 
I 



120 

Air. 



ALBEMARLE. C. M. 



Dear Lord, while we a - dor-ing pay Our humble thanks to, thee, May ev' - ry heart with rapture say, The Sav - iour died for me. 



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O may the sweet, the bliss - ful theme, Fill ev'ry heart and tongue, Till strangers love thy charming name, And join the sacred song. 



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THE DOVE. C. M. 



Capen. 



121 









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O, were I like a feather'd dove ! If in- nocence had wings, I'd fly and make a long remove From all these restless things. 



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Let me to some wild desert go, And find a peaceful home, Where storms of malice nev- er blow, Temptations never come. 



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122 



NORTHFIELD. C. M. 



Ingalls. 



| " Fly swifter, &c. 

Fly swifter, &c. And bring the welcome day. 



Air. How long, dear Saviour, O how long, Shall this bright hour delay ; 

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\ 



Fly swifter, &c. 
Fly swifter round the wheel of time, Fly swifter round the wheel of time, And bring the welcome day. 



SINGING SCHOOL. C. M. 



Humbert. 









al • lect the hours, When so - cial - ly we 



'Tis pleas - ing to my pen - sivo mind, To re - col - lect the hours, 



When so - cial - ly we all combiu'd, To 



SINGING SCHOOL. 



Continued. 



123 




=£S13IeIeIe 

exert our vo - cal pow - ers, 



Oft we beguil'd the winter eve, 

Forgot the chilling storm, 
The charms of music to receive, 

The sacred notes perform. 
3 
'Tvvas not obscene and vulgar song, 

That did our time employ, 
But themes divine, fiovv'd from our tongues, 

And fill'd our hearts with joy. 

4 

While others waste the sinful night, 

And kill their youthful prime, 
In songs profane take their delight, 

And murder their best time. 
5. 
Regardless of the passing hours, 

Which silent steal away, 
And waft them to the fatal shores, 

Of sorrow and dismay. 



6 

O! might they yet their folly mourn, 

Their error quickly see, 
With hymns divine, to God return, 

And happy, happy be. 
7 
Since heav'n, indulgent heav'n has deign'd, 

To smile on our design, 
While heart, and voice, and tongue remains, 

Kind heav'n ! they shall be thine. 
8 
And when on earth those pow'rs shall fail, 

The silver strings give way, 
When those cold stony hearts and frail 

Shall moulder in the clay — 
9 
Then with celestial and sublime 

The tow'ring notes shall soar, 
Angels in the sweet chords shall join, 

Jehovah to adore. 



124 



PSALM 73d. C. M. 



33 



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S-a*-— 



God, my supporter and my hope, My help for • ev - er near, Thine arm of mercy held me up, When sinking in despair. Thy 






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counsels, Lord, shall guide my feet Thro' life's be - wilder'd race ; Thine hand con - duct me near thy seat, To dwell be - fore thy face. 



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REMEMBRANCE. P. M. 



Humbert. 



125 



p 






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How tedious and taste - less the hours, When Je - sus no long - er I see ; Sweet prospects, sweet birds and 



sweet 



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birds and sweet flow'rs, 



Have all lost their sweetness to me, 



Have all lost their sweetness to me. 



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126 



TURNER. C. M. 



Maxim. 



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:#-#.. - =J 



Come, shed abroad a Saviour';! love, And 



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Come, shed abroad a 



Come, Ho - ly Spirit, lieav'nly dove, With all thy quick'ning pow'rs ; 

Come, shed abroad a Saviour's love, Come, shed abroad a 






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that shall kin - - die ours, 



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Saviour's love And that shall kin - die ours, Come, shed a - broad a Sav - iour's love, And that shall kin - die ours. 



Saviour's love, 



ours, 



NATIVITY. C. M. 

r _Oi 



Humbert. 



127 






The angel of the Lord, The angel 



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While shepherds watch'd their flocks by night, All seated on the ground, 



The angel of the Lord came down, The an<*el 

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The an -gel of the Lord came down, The angel 



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of the Lord came dow», And glo - ry shone a - round, 






of the Lord came down, 



And glory shone a - round, And glo - ry shone a - round. 

1 



of the Lord came down, And glo - ry shone a - round, 



128 



DEVIZES. C. M. 



B. Cuzens. 






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Air. Behold the glories of the Lamb Amidst his Father's throne ; Prepare new honors for his name, And songs before unknown, And songs before unknown. 

LEVERETT STREET. C. M. Lane. 



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Air. When a\\_ thy mercies, O my God, My ris - ing soul surveys ; Transport - cd with the view I'm lost In won - der, love and praise 






CHINA. C. M. 



T. Swan. 



129 



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l=ifeifliSzllfe 






Air. VV r hy do we mourn departing friends, Or shake at death's alarms ; 'Tis hut the voice that Jesus sends To call them to his arms. 
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REFLECTION. C. M. Ellis. 



e^SlS^iiglliSlltliiil^il 

Air. Whence do our mournful tho'ts a- rise, And where's our courage fled ? Has restless sin, and raging hell Struck all our comforts dead. 

- 17 



130 



JORDAN. C. M. 



Billings. 



s 



^"-S^PlFPiP^FF&H^ 



&■*■- 



Air. There is aland of pure delight, Where saints immortal reign! In - finite day ex - eludes the night, And pleasures ban- ish pain. 
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Loud. 






i- r-T^H-T^N-r _— 



Sweet fields beyond the swelling flood, Stand dress'd in living green; So to the Jews old Canaan stood, While Jor - dan roll'd be - tween. 



WOODSTOCK. C. M. 

~- ■ — H ~tT"i — r-T-r "iZ'tZY" 



Maxim. 



131 



Thou makest the sleeping bil - lows 

Air. Thy words, the raging wings control, And rule the boisterous deep ; Thou makest the sleeping 

Tliou makest the sleeping bil - lows roll, The roll - ing 

Thou makest the sleeping bil - lows roll, The rolling bil - lows sleep. . . 

roll, - - Tlie roll - - ing bil - lows sleep, Thou, <&c. 



billows roll, The roll-ing billows sleep, Thou makest the sleeping bil - lows roll, The 



roll - ins 



bil - lows sleep. 

1 2 



bil - lows sleep, Thou, &c. 



The rolling billows sleep, 



Thou, &c. 



132 



HANOVER. C. M. 



Maxim. 






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Air. Teach me the measure of my days, Thou Maker of my frame ! I would survey life's narrow space, And learn how frail I am, And learn how frail I am. 



rfO-t-TT 



WARREN. C. M. 



Washburn. 






«-- 



Air. The present moments just appear, Then slide away in haste; That wo can nev - er say — they're here. ; But on - ly say — they're past. 



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WHITEFIELD. C. M. 

^;EI-5E=EiEiiEEE!EIEE!EE3E 



Washburn. 









133 



Thy 






~SEEEIEEBzEEPEphEp^F^EE|i^Ep|ziIjE 



Air. How sliall the young se - cure their hearts, And guard their lives from sin? 



Thy word the choicest 



] word the choicest rules im - part, To keep the conscience clean, Thy, &c. 



•_ _"p:cip 



. _ __ _ — _-»_ T _® _.H._.A_* _ _^_.^_^_|*_ ,f . |> M - . — — — — — -• 



Thy word the choicest rules impart, 



Thy word the choicest rules impart To keep the conscience clean. 






rules impart To keep the conscience clean, Thy, &c. 






keep the con - science clean, 



Thy, &c. 



134 



BOHEMIA. C. M. 



Maxim. 



liiI!iii^ll:HiiIllii;Iliiliiillifiil;ill^ 

he just, And trample on the poor; When death has brought you down to dust, Your pomp sha 
, . O: ^ . -P-"|* : f^-*" ^-^ — r*=*5-^. 



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Air. Ye sons of pride, who hate the just, And trample on the poor; When death has brought you down to dust, Your pomp shall rise no more. 



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BARBY. C. M. 



. #T 4.,_„;§=g-,. Q . 



g: T Q- 



Hope looks beyond the bounds of time, When, what we now deplore, Shall rise in full im • mortal prime, And bloom to fade no more. 



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BOWERBANK. C. M. 



135 



Soft. 



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Where'er I turn my gaz - in« 



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eyes, Thy ra - diant footsteps shine ; Ten thousand pleas 



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won - ders rise, Ten thou - sand pleas - ing 



won - ders 



And speak the hand di 






136 



PETERBOROUGH. C. M. 



-#-*- 






Once more, my soul, the rising day, Salutes my waking eyes; Once more, my voice, the tribute pay, To him that rules the skies. 



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ROCHESTER. C. M. 



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God, my sup - port- er and my hope, My help for - ev - er near, Thine arm of mer - cy held me up, When sinking in de - spair. 



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SOLWAY. C. M. 



137 



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When glimm'ring life re - - signs its flame, Thy praise shall tune my breath, Thy praise shall tune my breath; 






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The sweet re - mem - brance of thy name, The sweet re • mem - brance of thy name, Shall gi Id the shades of death. 



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Shall gild the shades of death, Shall gild, dec. 



138 PLAINFIELD. C. M. Kimball. 

Moderate.. Soft. 



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justly claims us for his own, 



Who bought us with a price ; 



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SHELBURNE. C. M. 



Reynolds. 



139 



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In Zion let us all appear, And 
Air. How did my heart r n joice to hear My friends devoutly say, 



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In Zion let us all appear, And keep the solemn day. 



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140 HALLOWELL. C. M. 



Maxim. 






Far from the tents of joy and hope, I 






Air. As on some lonely mountain top, The sparrow tells her moan, 



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Far from the tents of joy and hope, Far, &c. 






Far from the tents of joy and hope, I sit, &c. 






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PSALM 34th. C. M. 



141 



J. Stephenson. 



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The praises of my God shall 



still The Draises of my God shall still, My heart, my h eart and tongue employ, My heart and tongue em - ploy. 



God, The praises of my God shall still, My heart - -_ - and tongue employ, My heart and tongue em - ploy. 

praises of my God shall still, My heart and tongue employ, My heart and tongue em - ploy. 



142 WAYNE. C. M. 

TREBLE. 



ime meditate the day, And think how near it stands, When thou must quit this house of clay, And fly to unknown lands, And fly, &c. 

to 






When thou must quit, &c. 



> When thou must quit, &c. 



NAZARETH. C. M. 



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BRATTLE STREET. C. M. 



Pleyel 



143 



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144 



CLIFFORD, C, M> 






lift mine eyes, From thence is all ray aid ; From Zion's hill and Zi - on'a 



God — From Zi - -on's hill and Zi - on's God, Who heav'n and earth hath made — Who heav'n and earth hath made. 






BURFORD. C. M. 



Purcell. 



145 



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146 



SHREWSBURY. 



C. M. 



With songs the throne surround, 






Hark ! how the saints in lof - ty strains, 

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With songs the throne sur - round; 






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DESERT. C. M. 



147 






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148 
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O for a thousand tongues to sing, My great Redeem - er's praise ; The glories of my God and King, The triumphs of his grace. 
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ADMIRATION. C. M. 



(From the Seraph.) 



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Ye little flock whom Jesus feeds, Dismiss your anxious cares ; Look to the Shepherd of yoursouls, And smile away your fears, And smile away your fears. 



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WINTER. C. M. 



Reed. 



149 



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C. M. 



J. Cole. 



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When all thy mercies, O my God, My rising soul surveys, Transport • ed with the view, I'm lost In won - der, love and praise. 



When all 



Transported 



150 



OVERTON. C. M. 



From the Seraph. 






To Christ, the Lord, let every tongue Its noblest tribute bring ; 



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Survey the beauties of his face, 

And on his glories dwell ; 
Think of the wonders of his grace, 

And all his triumphs tell. 
3 
Majestic sweetness sits enthroned 

Upon his holy brow ; 
His head with radiant glories crowned, 

His lips with grace o'erflow. 
4 
To him I owe my life, and breath, 

And all the jovs I have : 
He makes me triumph over death 

And saves me from the grave. 
5 
To heaven the place of his abode, 

He brings my weary feet; 
Shows me the glories of my God, 

And makes my joys complete. 
6 
Since from his bounty I receive 

Such proofs of love divine, 
Had I a thousand hearts to give, 

Lord, they should all be thine ! 



DECEMBER. C. M. 



Favvcett. 



151 







Shepherds, rejoice, lift up your eves, And send your fears away, And send 



News from the regions of the sides, Salvation's born to day, 



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ORGAN. 



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News from the regions of the skies, Sal - vation's born to day, Sal - vation's born to day. 






" Go shepherds, where the infant lies, 
And see his humble throne; 

With tears of joy in all your eyes, 
Go, shepherds, kiss the Son." 

" Glory to God that reigns above, 
Let peace surround the eirth ; 

Mortals shall know their Maker's love, 
At their Redeemer's birth." 

Lord, and shall angels have their songs, 
And men no tunes to raise ! 

O may we lose our useless tongues 
When they forget to praise. 

Glory to God that reigns above, 

That [titled us forlorn, 
We join to sing our Maker's love, 

For there's a Saviour born. 



152 



GRATITUDE. C. M. 



S. Humbert. 

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O how shall words, with equal warmth, The gratitude de - clare. That glows within my ravish'd heart, But thou can'st read it there, But thou, But thou canst read it there. 






SUDBURY. S. M. 



Sanger. 



1 2 



Ye pilgrims in Jehovah's ways, 



Now let your voices join To form a sacred song, 



Ye pilgrims in Jehovah's ways, With music pass along, Ye pilgrims, &c. 






YARMOUTH. S. M. 



Kimball. 



153 



Whose 



Whose anger is so 






My soul, re - peat his praise, Whose mercies are so great, 



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Whose an - ger is so slow to rise, So 

1 2 



anger is so slow to rise, • v ' , a 

slow to rise, Whose anger is so slow to rise, So rea - - dv to a bate. 

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ready to a - bate, Whose anger, &c. 



ready to a bate, 



20 



154 



LISBON. S. M. 



Read. 









Welcome, &c. 






Welcome sweet day of rest, That saw the Lord arise, 



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Welcome to this reviving breast, And these re - joic - ing eyes. 



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AMERICA. S. M. 



And these, Ac. 

Wetmore. 



Thou art, &c. 
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Within thy presence, Lord, Forever I'll abide; Thou art the tow'r of my de - fence, The refuge where I hide. 



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Thou art the tow'r of my defence, The refuge where I hide, The refuge where 1 hide. 



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Thou art the tow'r, Thou art, &c. 



TROY. S. M. 



Peck. 



155 



Deep as the sea his 

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His truth transcends the sky, In heav'n his mercies dwell ; Deep 

Deep as the sea his judgments lie, 






Deep as the sea his judgments lie, His an - ger burns to 






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judg - ments lie, Deep as the sea his judg - ments lie, His an - - ger burns to hell. 



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Deep as, &c. 



156 



STEPJVEY. S. M. 



R. Taylor. 



^ffisaia^Bs^s 



Air. 



Sym. 



Hark! bark, how the watchmen cry ! Attend the trumpet's sound : Stand to your arms, the foe is nigh, The powers of hell surround. 

Sym. 



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Who bow to Christ's command, Your arms and hearts prepare; The day of battle is at hand, The day of battle is at hand, Go forth to glorious 

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Your arms and hearts prepare; The day of battle is at hand, The day of battle is at hand, Go forth, go forth to glorious 



STEPNEY. Continued. 
Sym. 



157 






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war, Go forth to glorious war. 






LITTLE MARLBOROUGH. S. M. 



Williams' Coll. 



J SLOW. 






To God I lift my eyes, My trust is in his name; And they whose hope on him re - lies, Shall nev - er suf- fer shame. 






158 

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NORWICH. S. M. 



Brownson. 



Intolhy bosom O my God, Pour out a long complaint. 



My sor - rows like a flood, Im - pa - tient of restraint, 



Into thy bosom, O, Into thy bosom, O my God, Pour out a long complaint. 



Into thy bosom, O, Into, &c. 



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Into thy bosom, O my God, 

AYLESBURY. S. M. 



Pour, &c. 
Williams. 









Ah! whither shall I go, Burthen'd and sick and faint? To whom should I my troubles show, And pour out my com - plaint. 






LEWISTOIV. S. M. 



Bonney. 



159 






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Our 






Air. Lord, wliat a feeble piece Is this our mortal frame? 



Our life, how poor a tri - fle 'tis. Our 

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life, how poor a tri - fle 'tis, That scarce, &c. 

tri - - - fle 'lis, That scarce de - - serves the name, That scarce deserves the name, 

life, how poor a tri - fle 'tis, That scarce, &c. 



life, how poor a tri - fle 'tis, That scarce, &c. 



160 

Animato. 
Je 



St. BERNARD. S. M. 



2d time For. 






K4H 



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STAFFORD. S. M. 



Read. 



161 






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Yet God hath built his church there - on, In spite, &c. 

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Yet God hath built his church - - there - on, In spite of en - vious Jews. 

God, &c Yet God hath built his church there - on, In spite, &c. 



church there - - on, Yet God, <Jtc. 

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162 



WEST SUDBURY. S. M. 



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With bands and mighty bars ; Yet he shall rise a - bove the skies, And sing a - bove the stars. 

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death shall hold him down 



POMFRET. S. M. 



Ellis. 



163 



God of e-ter-nal love, How fickle are our ways; And yet how oft did Isr'el prove Thy con - stan - cy of grace. 









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They saw the wonders wrought, And then thy praise they sung, But soon thy works of pow'r forgot And murmur'd with their tongue. 



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Air. O let me feel thy love, Dear Jesus, ev' - ry hour ; Fix my af - fee - tions all a - bove, By heav'us attracting pow'r. 



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NORWAY. S. M. 



Brovvnson. 



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Air. The swift declining day, How fast its moments fly, While ev'ning's broad and gloomy shade, Gains on the western sky, Gains on the western sky. 






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MARCELLUS. S. M. 



165 



Methodist Hymn Book, Hy. 439. 



1. Soldiersof Christ, arise, Now put your armour^ on, ^ ^Strong in the strength which God supplies, Through his eternal So"n •"' 



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2. Stand then in his great might With all his strength endued ; Take ye, to arm you for the fight, The pano - ply of God- 
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3. Stand then against your foes, In close and firm array; Legions of wi - ]y fienJs "oppose, T~h rough o~uTt he i evil day: 

4. Leave no unguarded place, No weakness of the soul ; Take every vir - tue, every grace, And forti - fy the whole : 

Strong in the Lord of hosts, ^ And in his mighty power^ He who in his Re - deemer trustsjfs more than conquer "or ~ 

Then when your work is done, And all your conflicts past, f -f Ye shall o'ercome, through Christ atone, And stand entire at last. 

But meet the sons of night, Oppose their vain design ; Arm'd in the arms of heav'nly light, Of righteousness ~dT* vinei""" 



Ever together joined, To battle all proceed; 



Arm ye yourselves with all the mind That was in Chris~your Head!" 



166 



WORCESTER. S. M. 









Who bring salvation on their tongues, And words of peace reveal.Wbo bring salvation on their tongues, And 



Who stand on Zion's hill, 



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How beauteous are their feet, 
words of peace re - veal. How charming, charming, is their voice ! How sweet the tidings are! 



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words of peace re - veal. How charming, charming, is their voice ! How sweet the tidings are ! Zi • on be- 

Zi - on behold thy Saviour 



Zi - on be - hold thy Saviour King, He reigns and 



WORCESTER. Continued. 



167 



Zion be - hold thy Saviour Kins, He reigns and triumphs here, Zion 



hold thy Saviour King, He reigns and triumphs here, He reigns and triumphs here, Zion behold thy Saviour King, He reigns and triumphs here. 

King, He reigns and triumphs here, Zion behold thy Saviour King, He reigns and triumphs here, 



triumphs here, Zion behold thy Saviour King, He 

DORCHESTER. S. M. 



Washburn. 






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Air. My sorrows like a flood, Impatient of restraint In -to thy bosom, O my God, Pour out a long complaint, Pour out a long complaint. 






168 



LOCKPORT. S. M. 



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Now let our songs abound, And every tear be dry, We're march - ing through Im - man - uel's ground, To fair - er worlds on high. 

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CODA. To be sung or omitted at pleasure. 






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Smith. 



169 / 



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Come, sound his praise a - broad, And hymns of glo - ry sing; Je - hovah is the sov' - reign God, The u - - ni - ver -sal King. 



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Praise ye the Lord, Halle - lujah, Praise ye the Lord, Halle - lu - jah, Halle - lu - jali, Halle - lujah, 



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Hal - le-lu - jah, Praise ye the Lord. 
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170 



RELIGION. S. M. 



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The slumber, &c. 



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And rise, &c. 



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shake, And rise to fall no more, 



And rise, &c. 



And rise, &c. 



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spir - - it, &c. And rise to fall no more, no more, And rise, &c. And, &c. 



WATCHMAN. S. M. 



Leach. 



171 



Air. Ah, when shall I a-vvake From sin's soft soothing pow'r, The slum - ber from my spir - it ■ shake, A*d rise to fall no more. 



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REQUEST. S. M. 



S. Humbert. 



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My God per - rait my tongue, This joy to call thee mine, And let my early cries pre - vail, To taste thy love di - vine. 

3 



172 



SHIRLAND. S. M. 



Stanley. 



n 



Behold the morning sun, Begins his glo - rious way ; His beams through all tlio na - tions run, And life and light con - vey. 

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CONTEST. S. M. 



T. Whittemore. 



I 



My soul, be on thy guard, Ten thousand foes arise, The hosts of sin are pressing hard, The hosts of sin are pressing hard, To draw thee from the skies. 

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O watch, and fi"ht, and pray, The battle ne'er give o'er ; Renew it boldly every day, Renew it boldly every day, And help di - vine implore. 
Fight on, my soul, till death, Shall bring thee to thy God; He'll take thee at thy parting breath, He'll take - - - Up to his blest abode. 

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HOPE. L. P. M. 



R. S. Benison. 



173 



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I'll praise my Mak - er while I've breath, And when my voice is lost in death, Praise shall em - ploy my no - bier 















pow'rs, My days of praise shall ne'er bo past, While life and health nnd be - ing last, Or im - mor - tal - i - ty 



dures. 






174 



PASTORAL. L. P. M. 



R. S. Benison. 






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Tlie Lord my pas - ture shall pre - pare, And feed me with a sheph - erd's care, His presence shall my wants supply And guard me 



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with a watch - ful eye, My noonday walks he shall attend, And all My midnight hours defend, And all my midnight hours defend. 






And all my midnight hours defend. 



TERAH. 6's, 8's. 



Leach. 



175 



m * 

Lead - er of faith -ful souls and guide, Of all that trav - el to the sky, Come and with us e'en us a - bide, Who 






Uur spirits stay, 

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would on thee a - lone re - ly. On thee a - lone, 



our spirits stay, 



While held in life's un - ev - en way. 



Our spirits stay, 



On thee a - lone, 



our spirits stay, 



176 



FREDRICKTON. 



Humbert. 






PIPI 






^ 



O love divine, what hast thou done? Th' immor - tal God hath died for me; The Father's co - e - ternal Son, 






Bore all my griefs . up - on the tree; Th' immor-tal God for me hath died, My Lord ray Love is cruci - fied. 









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GREENFIELD. L. P. M. 



Edson. 



177 



Air. God is our refuge in distress, A present help when dangers press; In him undaunted we'll con - fide: 

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Tho' earth were from her 






Tho' earth were from her centre tost, And mountains 



in the o-cean lost, Torn, &c. 



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Tho' earth were from her centre tost, And mountains in the o - cean lost, Torn piecemeal by the 



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roar - ing tide. 






earth were from her centre tost, And mountains in the ocean lost, Torn piecemeal by the roaring tide, 



centre tost, And mountains in the o - cean lost, Torn piecemeal by the roar -ing tide, 

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178 PALESTINE. L. M. 6 lines, or L. P. M. Mazzinghi. 

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Peace, troubled soul, whose plaintive moan, Halli taught these rocks the notes of woe, Cease thy complaint, suppress thy "roan, 



And let thy tears fur -get to flow; Be - hold the precious balm is found, To lull thy pain, to heal thy wound. 

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BROOKLYN. L. M. 6 lines, or L. P. M. 



From Haydn's Creation. 



179 






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Look up, ye saints, di - rect your eyes, To Him who dwells a - hove the skies ; With your glad notes his praise re - hearse, 












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Who fram'd the migh - ty 



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180 



58th. PSALM. L. P. M. 



Harwood. 



- Dare they condemn the 

Shall tyrants rule by impious laws 1 Shall they despise the righteous cause, When innocence before them stands? Dare they condemn the helpless poor, And 

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Dare they condemn the helpless poor. And let op - pres- 



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helpless poor, And let oppressors rest secure, While gold, &c. _ 

let op - press - ors rest se • cure, While gold and greatness bribe their hands ! Do they forget Hi' Al -mighty Name, That God o'er all is Judge supreme 1 High in the 

let oppres - sors rest se - cure, While gold, &c. 



sora re»t se - - - cure, 



While gold, &c. 



58th. PSALM. Continued. 



181 



Slow and irapresiive. 



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heav'ns his justice reigns; 



til 

Yet they in • vade the rights of God, And send their bold decrees abroad, To bind the free-born soul in chains. 



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LYONS. 10's b lis. 

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Haydn. 



2d Treble. 

Oh '. praise ye the Lord, prepare a new song, Anil let all hU saints in full concert join ; With voices u - nited, the anthem prolong, And show forth his praises in music divine. 



182 



JUDGMENT. iO's. 



Reed. 



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To hear his jus - tice and the sinner's doom, But gather first my saints, the Judge commands; Bring them, ye an - gels, from their distant lands. 






SAVANNAH. 10s. 



Pleyel. 



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2d Treble. 



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The sick and weak, the healing plant shall aid, From storms a shelter, and from heat a 









184 



St. MICHAEL'S. 10s & lis. 



Handel. 



2d Treble. * 

Oh! praise ye the Lord, prepare your glad voice, His praise in the great assembly to sing ; In their great Creator let all men rejoice, And heirs of salvation be glad in their King. 



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RAPTURE. Us. 



Christian Lyre. 






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My .our. full of glo-ry in -spiring my tongue, ) rd rf f Jesu8 and te „ of his charms, And beg them to bear me to his loving arms. 

Could I meet with an - gels Id sing them a song, $ & ' ' i».iu am». 



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CONFIDENCE NEW. 10's & ll's. 



Christian Lyre. 



185 






Tlio' trouble as - sails and dan - gers af - fright, Tho' friends should all fail and foes all u- 









it: 









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nite, Yet one thing se - cures us what - ev - er be - tide, The prom - ise as - sures us the Lord will pro - vide. 



180 



EDEN OF LOVE. P. M. 



Christian Lyre. 



How sweet to re - fleet on those joys that a - wait me, In yon bliss - ful re - gion the hav - en of 









5 — « — «-i-c 



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rest, Where glo - ri - fied spir - its with welcome shall greet me, And lead me to mansions pre - par'd for the blest, En- 






EDEN OF LOVE. Continued. 



187 















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cir - cled with light and with glo - ry en - shrouded, My hap- pi - ness per - feet, my mind's eye un - cloud - ed, I' 









bathe in the o - cean of pleas - ure un - bound - ed, And range with de - light thro' the E - den of love. 



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188 CORIDON. P. M. 



Christian Lyre 



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Ah ! lovely appearance of death, What sight upon earth is so fair, Not all the gay pageants that breathe, Can with a dead body com- 






pare, With solemn delight I sur - vey, The corpse when the spirit is fled, In love with the beautiful clay, And longing to lie in its stead. 



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EXPOSTULATION. P. M. 






Christian Lyre. 



189 









O turn ye, O turn ye, for why will ye die, When God in great mer - cy is com - ing 



SigESEgE 






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Now Je - 8us in - vites you, the Spir - it says come, And an - gels are wait - ing to wel - come you home. 



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190 



MONTGOMERY. P. M. 



Christian Lyre. 



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In form I long have bow'd the knee, But nought attractive then could see, To win my wayward heart to thee my Sav- 



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iour, Yet oft I trembled when I thought, How I had sold myself for nought, But still against thy love I fought, my Sav - iour. 






STAR IN THE EAST. P. M. 



191 









Down from the regions of glory do - seend, Brightest and best, &c. 



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Shepherds go worship the babo in tiie man - ger, Brightest and best of the sons of the 



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Hail the blest morn when the great Medi - a - tor, Lo for his guards the bright angels at - tend. Brightest and best, &c 



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Star in the east our ho - ri-zon a - doming, Guide where our infant Redeemer was laid. 






morn - ing, Dawn on our darkness and lend us thine aid, 



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192 



PROSPECT. P. M. 



R. S. Benison. 






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II 



Hap • py soul thy days are end - ed, All thy mourn -ing days be - low, Go by an - gel guards at- - 

tend-ed, To the eight of Je - sus go, Hal - le - lu - jah, Hal - le - lu • jah, Hal - le • lu-jah, A - men. 






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HOME. P. M. 



Christian Lyre. 



193 



■^-^LISL'- 






*Arar-r': 






Mid scenes of con - fusion and creature complaints, How sweet to my soul is com - munion of saints, To find at the banquet of 



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mercy there's room, And feel in the presence of Jesus at home, Home, home, sweet, sweet home, Prepare me, dear Saviour, for glory to come. 



194 



DALSTOIY. S. P. M. 



A. Williams. 



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How does my heart re- joice To hear the public voice, "Come, let us seek our God to dav." 

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Yes, with a cheerful zeal, We'll haste to Zi - on's hill, And there 



our vows and hon - ors pay. 



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BETHESDA. H. M. 



Williams' Coll. 



195 



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Blow ye the trumpet, blow The gladly sol - emn sound; Let all the nations know, To earth's re - mot - est bound, 



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The year of ju - bi - lee is come ; Re - turn, 






ran - som'd sin - -ners, home. 



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in - -ners, home. 



196 



GOSPEL TRUMPET. P. M. 



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I. Hark, how the gos - pel trumpet sounds, Through all the world he ech • o bounds, 



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And 



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2. Fight on, )'e conquering souls fight on, And when the con - quest you have won, Then 

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3. There we shall in full chorus join, With saints and an - gels all com - bine, To 

" ' And Je - sus by re- 



Je ■ sus by re - deeming blood, Is bringing sinners back to God ; And guides them safely by his word, To end - less d.iy 



palms of vict'ry you shall bear, And in his kingdom have a share, And crowns of glory ev - er wear, In end - less day. 

lis re - deeming love, When rolling years shall cease to move, And this shall be our theme above, In end - less day. 



And guides, &c. 



HARMOJVY. P. M. 



A. Ellis. 



197 



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Wake all ye soaring throng, and sing ; Ye cheerful warb - lers of the spring, Harmonious anthems raise 



To him, who shap'd your 






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finer mould, Who tipt yourglitt'ring wings with gold, To him, &c. 



And tun'd your voice to praise. 

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198 



FREE GRACE. P. M. 



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The voice of free grace, Cries escape to the mountain ; For Adam's lost race, Christ has open'd a fountair 






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For sin and trans - gres - sion, And ev' - ry pol - lu - lion; His blood it flows free - ly, In streams of sal- va- 






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FREE GRACE. Continued. 199 



tion. Halle - lu - jah to the Lamb, Who has purchas'd our pardon ; We'll praise him a - gain, When we pass o - ver Jor - dan. 






DELECTATION. S. P. M. 






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Come, let us seek our God to-day ; 



We haste to Zion's hill, And there our vows and honors pay. 



Air: How pleas'd and bless'd was I 

To hear the people cry, Yes, with a cheerful zeal 






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200 



REMEMBRANCE. P. M. 



Humbert. 



1. How tedious and tasteless the hours, When Jesus no long - er I see; Sweet prospects, sweet birds, and sweet 



^s " ~" *" ~ —•—•- -r- 






birds and sweet flow'rs, 




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me, Have all lost their sweetness to me. 



Have all lost their 



The midsummer sun shines but dim, 
The fields strive in vain to look gay, 
But when I am happy in him, 
December's as pleasant as May. 



His name yields the richest perfume, 
And sweeter than music's his voice, 
His presence dispenses my gloom, 
And makes all within me rejoice. 



Dear Lord, if indeed I am thine, 
If thou art my sun and my song. 
Say, why do I languish and pine, 
And why are my winters so long. 



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I would were he always thus nigh, 
Have nothing to wish or to fear, 
No mortal so happy as 1, 
My summer would last all the year. 



O drive these dark clouds from my sky, 
Thy soul cheering presence restore, 
Or take me up to thee on high, 
Where winter and clouds are no more. 



BURNHAM. P. M. 



201 






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Lord of the worlds a - bove, 

How pleas - ant and liow fair, The dwellings of thy love, 

Thine earth - ly temples 



To thine a - bode my heart as - pires, my heart as - pires, With warm, with warm desires to see my God. 



To thine a - bode my heart as - pires, To thine a - bode my heart as - pires, 



are, To thine a - bode my heart as pires, my heart as - pires, With warm, with warm desires to see my God 

26 



202 PILGRIM'S FAREWELL. P. M. Christian Lyre. 



Fare - well, fare - well, Farewell, dear friends) I must be g6ne, I have no home or stay with you, I'll 












take my staff and trav - el on, Till I a bet - ter world can view. 



I'll march to Canaan's land, I'll land on Canaan's 



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PILGRIM'S FAREWELL. Continued. 



203 



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shore, Where pleasures never end, And troubles come no more, Fare - well, fare - well, fare - well, my loving friends, farewell. 






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ADMIRATION. P. M. 



S. Humbert. 






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Lord of the worlds above, How pleasant and how fair, The dwellings of thy love, Thine earthly temples are, To thine abode My heart aspires, With warm desires, To see my God. 

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204 

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AMHERST. H. M. 



Billings. 



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' Ye boundless realms of joy, Ex- alt your Mak - er's fame; His praise your song em - ploy, 

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star - ry frame. Ye ho - ly throng Of an - gels bright, In worlds of light, Begin the song. 



ASHBY. P. M. 



Kimball. 



205 












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To spend one sacred day, Where God and saints a - bide, Affords di - vin - er joy, Than thousand days be -side: 



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Where God re - sorts, I love it more 



To keep the door, Than shine in courts. 

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VERONA. P. M. 



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Lord of the worlds a - hove, How pleasant and how fair, The dwellings of thy love, Thine earthly temples are. 



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To thine a - bode, To &c. 

To thine a - bode My heart aspires, Willi warm desires to see my God. 






thine a - bode My heart aspires, 
' To thine a - bode, &c. 



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SUSSEX VALE. 



Humbert. 



207 



Ar - ray'd in beauteous green, The hills and vallies shine; And n>an and beast are fed By Providence di -vine. 
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The bar - vest, &c. 



The harvest blows, &c. 

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harvest bows his golden ears, The copious seed of future years, The har- vest, &c. 



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The harvest, &c. 



208 



WEYMOUTH. H. M. 

Pia. 



R. Harrison. 

For. 






Air. 



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Jesus, our great high priest, Offer'd his blood and died ; , My guil - ty conscience seeks No sac - ri - fice be - side. 



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Ye heav'nly hosts the song be - gin, And sound his name abroad. 

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LENOX. H. M. 



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211 



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Give thanks aloud to God, To God the heavenly King ; And let the spacious earth, His works and glories sing, Thy mercy, Lord, shall still endure ; And ever sure Abides thy word. 

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Let every creature join To bless Jehovah's name, And every power unite, To swell th'exalted theme : Let nature raise, From every tongue, A general song Of grateful praise. 



212 



GATH. H. M. 

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Ye boundless realms of joy, Exalt your Maker's name j His praise your songs employ, Above the starry frame. Your voices raise, Ye cherubim, And ser - a - phim, To sing bis praise. 



ELTM. 7's. 



Words by Merrick. 



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Lift your voice and thank - ful sing Praises to your heav'nly King; For his blessings fur ex - tend, And his mercy knows no end. 



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Sun and moon and stars de - cay, Time shall soon this earth re - move, Rise, my soul, and hasto a * way, To seats prepar'd a - bove. 



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Air. Christ, the Lord, is ris'n to day, Hal - - - le - lu - jah, Our triumphant ho - ly day, Hal - - - - le - lu - jah. 



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215 






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Hymns of praises let us sing, Hallelujah. 

Unto Christ, our heav'nly King, Hallelujah. 

Who endur'd the cross and grave, Hallelujah. 

Sinners to redeem and save, Hallelujah. 



But the pains which he endur'd, Hallelujah. 

Our salvation has procur'd : Hallelujah. 

Now he reigns above the sky, Hallelujah. 

Where the angels ever cry, Hallelujah. 



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BETHLEHEM : Or, Christmas Hymn. C. M, 




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Tree of life, thine influence shed, With thy sap my spir - it feed. 






MONTGOMERY. 



7's. 



T. Whittemore. 



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2. These through fiery trials trod ; These from great affliction came ; Now before the throne of God, Sealed with his eternal name, Sealed with his eternal name. 



" Worthy is the Lamb once slain, Blessing, honor, glory, power, Wisdom, riches to obtain, New dominion, every hour," " New dominion, every hour." 

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Clad in raiment pure and white, Victor palms in every hand, Thro' their great Redeemer's might, More than conquerors they stand, More than conquerors they stand. 



Joy and gladness banish sighs ; Perfect love dispels their fears ; And forever from their eyes God shall wipe away all tears, God shall wipe away all tears 

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FELICITY. 7's. 
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T. Whittemore. 



1. Happiness ! thou lovely name, Where's thy scat, O ! Tell me where ? Learning, pleasure, wealth and fame, All cry out, " it is not here." Not the wisdom 

2. Object of my first desire, Je - sua crucified for me ! All to hap - pi - ness aspire, On - ly to be found in thee ; Thee to praise, and 
3 Lord, it is not life to live If thy presence thou deny ; Lord, if thou thy presence give, 'Tis no longer death to die ; Source and giver 

of the wise, Can inform me where it lies ; Not the grandeur of the great, Can the bliss I seek create, Can the bliss I seek create. 



thee to know, Constitute our bliss below; Theo to see, and thee to love, Consti - tute our bliss above, Con - sti -tuteour bliss above. 



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of re -pose, Singly from thy smile it flows; Peace and happiness are thine, Mine they are, if thou art mine, Mine they are, if thou art mine. 



EDGAR. 7's. 6 lines. 



Church Psalmody, Hy. 461. 221 

1. Safe - ly through an - oth - er week, God has brought us on our way; Let us now a bless - ing seek, 

" a jyj (ne gos - pel's joy - ful sound, Conquer sin - ners — comfort saints; Make the fruits of grace a - bound, 

2rf ending. 



Waiting in his courts to - day ; Day of all the week the best, Emblem of e - ter - nal rest. 

"" BrirT- re -lief from, all com • plaints : Thus let all our Sabbaths prove, Till we join the church a- bove. 



222 

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NORWICH. 7's. 



1. Gently glides the stream of life, Oft a - long the flow'ry vale ; Or im - petuous down the cliff, Rushing roars when storms a - sail. 



2. 'Tis an cv - er va-ried flood, Always roll -ir.g to its sea; Slow, or quick, or mild, or rude, Tending to e - ter - ni - ty. 






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GRANT. 7's. 



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1. Come, said Je - sus' sacred voice, Come, and make my paths your choice ; I will guide you to your home — Weary pilgrim, hith - er come. 
2. Hith - er come, for here is found Balm for every bleeding wound, Peace, which ever shall endure, Rest e - ter - nal — sa • cred — sure. 



BROWJV, 7's. 



223 



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Loud - ly peal, or soft - ly swell, And in sa - cred sol - emn sound, On Je - ho - vah's praises dwell. 



224 



LINCOLN. 7's. 



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Morning breaks up - on the tomb, Jesus dis - si - pates the gloom : Day of triumph through the skies, — See, the glorious Saviour rise. 






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WILMOT. 7's. 



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1. p. Heavenly Father, sovereign Lord, /. Be thy glorious name adored! p. Lord, thy mercies nev-er fail; /. Hail, celes - tial goodness, hail. 

2. p. Though unworthy, Lord, thine ear, Deign our humble songs to hear; m. Purer praise we hope to bring, When around thy throne we sing. 



3. ff. Then with angel harps a - gain, We will wake a no - bier strain, There, in joyful songs of praise, Our triumphant voi - ces raise. 



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3. On tlie rock of a- ges founded, What can shake her sure repose ? With sal - va - lion's wall surrounded, She can smile at all her foes. 

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2. Lord, thy church is still thy dwelling, Still is precious in thy sight; Judah's temple far ex - eel - ling, Beaming with the gospel's light. 



4. Glorious things of thee are spoken, Zi - on, city of our God; He, whose word can ne'er be broken, Chose thee for his own abode. 



226 



STODDARD. 7's & 6's. 



Church Psalmody, Hy. 538. 



1. When shall the voice of singing, Flow joy - ful • ly a - long? When hill and valley ring - ing, With one tri - umphant song, 

2. Then from the craggy mountains, The sacred shout shall fly; And shady vales and fountains Shall echo the re - ply. 



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Pro - claim the contest end • ed, And HIM who once was slain, A - gain to earth de • scend - ed, In righteousness to reign. 

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Church Psalmody, Hy. 538. 227 

l. When shall the voice of singing, Flow joyfully a - long ? When hill and valley, ringing With one triumphant song, Proclaim the contest ended. 



2. Then from the craggv mountain, The sacred shout shall fly ; And shady vales and fountains Shall echo the re - ply. High tower and lowly dwelling 

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WOODMAN. 8s, 7's & 4. 






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COBURN. 8's, 7's fc 4. 



229 



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1. Son** n ■ new of honor fram - in?, Sin" ye to the Lord alone ; All his wondrous worki proclaim- ing-, Jesus wondrous works hath done! Glorious victory, Glorious victory, His ri^ht hand and arm hath wonf 

2. Shout aloud, and hail the Saviour : Jesus, Lord of all proclaim ! As ye triumph in his favor, All ye lands declare his fame ; Loud rejoicing, Loud rejoicing, Shout the honor of his name. 

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HALLOWELL. 7's. 



1. All ye nations, praise the Lord, All ye lauds your voices raise; Heaven and earth with loud accord, Praise the Lord, for- ev - er praise. 
3. Praise him, ye who know his love; Praise him from the depths beneath ; Praise him in the heights a-bove ; Praise your Maker, all that breathe. 



CALVARY. 8's, 7's&4. 



Words by Geo. E. Head. 



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1. Hark ! from yonder cross arise Notes of sadness— Jesus dies! On the cross the Lord of lords, Love for guilty man records; Sinner, sinner, Hear your dying Saviour's words. 

2. Mortal ! for your guilt I d ie, Guilt that dared your God defy ; Blood for blood I freely give ; Death I taste that you may live; Will you, sinner, Fre» salv£»ion now receive. 



OLIPHANT. 8's, 7's & 4. 



231 



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1. Guide me, O thou great Je - hovah, Pilgrim through this barren land ; I am weak, but thou art mighly ; Hold me with thy powerful hand. 

2. O - pen now the crystal fountain, Where the healing streams do flow ; Let the fiery cloudy pillar Lead me all my journey through ; 



3. When I tread the verge of Jordan, Bid my anxious fears subside ; Bear me through the swelling current, Land me safe on Canaan's side. 



Solo. 



Tutti. 



2d ending. 



Brea4 of Heaven, Bread of Heaven, Feed me till I want no more, Feed me till I want no more. 

Solo. Tutti. 

Strong De - liverer, Strong De - liverer, Be thou still my strength and shield, Be thou still my strength and shield. 

Songs of praises, Songs of praises, I will ever give to thee, I will ev - er give to thee. 

Solo.,- v, TutJi. 



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MERDIN. 7's, 6's&Vs. 









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4. Hark ! the thrilling symphonies, Seem, methinks, to seize us; Join we too the ho- ly lays, Sing of him who saves us; 

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Lo ! we lift our longing eyes, Break ye in - ter - ven - ing skies, Sons of righteousness arise, Ope the gates of par - a - dine. 



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Sweetest sound in seraph's song, Sweetest sn un d on mor - tal's tongue, Sweetest carol ev-'ersung, Let its echoes flow along. 






SARDIS. 8's & 6's 



Manual of Christian Psalmody, Hy. 725. 



233 



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1. Sing hallo - In • jah ! praise the Lord ! Sing with a cheerful voice; Ex -alt our God with one ac - cord, And in his name rejoice; 






2. There wc to all e - ter-ni - ty Shall join th 'angel - ic lays, And sing in perfect harmo - r.y To God our Saviour's praise ; 



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He hath redeemed us by his blood, And made us kings and priests to God ; For us, for us the Lamb was slain, Pra«ie ye the Lord ! A - men. 



234 



THE GOSPEL BANNER. 



T. Whittemore. 



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1. Now be the gospel banner, In every land un - I'url'd ; And be the shout bosanna, Reecho'd through the world, Re-echo'd through the world. 

2. What though tU'embattled legions Of earth and hell combine ? His arm throughout their regions Shall soon in terror shine, Shall soon in terror shine. 
3. Yes, thou shalt reign forever, O Jesus, King of kings ; Thy light, thy love, thy favor, Each ransom'd captive sings, Each ransom'd captive sings. 

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Gird on thy sword vie - torious, Im - manuel, Prince of Peace, Thy triumph shall be glo - rious, Ere yet the bat - tie cease. 

The isles for Thee are waiting, The deserts learn thy praise, The hills and vallies greeting, The song respon - sive raise. 



CHORUS, to be lung at the end of each verse. 



THE GOSPEL BANNER. Continued. 

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ZION. ■ 8's, 7's & 4. 

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238 



ANTHEM OF HARMONY. Continued. 









souls he pours, 'Tis al - most done, 'tis al - most o'er, We're join - ing those who've gone be- 









fore, 



We soon shall meet to part no more, We soon shall meet to part no 







LEBANON. L. M. 



T. Whittemore. 



Words by Knox. 239 



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1. Time speeds away, away, a - way; Another hour, anoth - er day, An - other month, another year, Drop from us like the leaf - lets sear. 



2. Time speeds a - way, away, a - way ; Like torrent in a stormy day, He undermines the stately tower, Uproots the tree and snaps the flower; 

3. Time speeds a - way, away, a - way : No eagle through the skies ofday, No wind along the hills can flee, So swiftly, or so smooth as he. 



1. Drop the life blood from our hearts, The rose-bloom from the cheek departs, The tresses from the temples fall, The eye grows dim and strange to all , The eye - - - 

3. And sweeps from our distracted breast,The friends that lov'd, the friends that bless'd ; And leaves us weeping on the shore, To which they can return no more, To - - 
3. Like fiery steed from stage to stage, He bears us on, from youth to age ; Then plunges in the fearful sea, Of fathomless eternity, Of fathomless eternity. 



240 



REFLECTION. 8's h 6's. 






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241 



O love di - vine, how sweet thou art ! When shall I find my will - ing heart, All tak - en 

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242 



PERU. C. P. M. 






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Who tipped your glittering wings with gold, And tuned your voice to praise — And tuned your voice 



TRENTON. C. P. M. 



W. M. J. 



243 



My God, tliy boundless love I praise ; How bright on high its glories blaze ! How sweetly bloom I 



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'Tis love that paints the purple morn, 
And bids the clouds, in air upborne, 

Their genial drops distil ; 
In every vernal beam it clows, 
And breathes in every air that blows, 

And glides in every rill. 

3 

It robes in cheerful green the ground, 
And pours its flowery beauties round, 

Whose sweets perfume the gale ; 
Its bounties richly spread the plain, 
The blushing fruit, the golden grain, 

And smile on every vale. 

4 
But in thy word I see it shine 
With grace and glories more divine, 

Proclaiming sins forgiven; 
There frith, bright cherub, points the way, 
To realms of everlasting day, 

And opens all ber heaven. 



244 



TT 



SHERBURNE. 



C. P. M. Altered from the National Church Harmony. 



Lord, thou hast won — at length I yield, My heart, by mighty grace compell'd, Surrenders atl to thee : Against thy ter - rors 

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And lightnings flash to blast my soul, 

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But mercy has my heart subdued, 
A bleeding Saviour I iiave viewed, 

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Come, take possession of thine own, 

For thou hast set me free ; 
Released from sin, — at thy command- 
See all my powers in waiting stand, 

To be employed by thee. 

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JUDAH'S TRIUMPH. 



S. Humbert. 



245 



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246 



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hour of such mirth. 



248 



JUDAH'S TRIUMPH, Continued. 






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249 






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250 



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MORTALS AWAKE. Continued. 251 

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252 



MORTALS AWAKE. Continued. 



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253 



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254 

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joy, &c 



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256 



MORTALS AWAKE. Continued. 



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260 



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TRUMPET. Continued. 261 

Death and the curse, Death and the, death and the curse, Death and the curse, will be no more. 

heaven - ly shore, Death and the curse, Death and the curse, Death and the curse, the curse, will be no more. 

Instruments- Death, &c. Death and the curse, Death and the curse, death and the curse, will be ne more. 



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262 



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TRIUMPH OF TEMPERANCE. 

F. BOLD AND ANIMATED. FF. 



T. Whittemore. 



263 



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Victo - ry ! Vic-to - ry ! Shout, shout, shout, Victo-ry! vic-to - ry ! shout, shout, shout, Shout for vic-to-ry, A 



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264 



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A tyrant's power o'erthrown, A tyrant's power o'erthrown. 



TREBLE SOLO. 






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The people rose to - gether, One heart, one mind, in all; 

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power o'erthrown, 



TENOR SOLO. 









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sword, Their strength was in their high resolve, Their trust was in the Lord, Their strength was in their high resolve, Their trust was in the Lord. 



TRIUMPH OF TEMPERANCE. Continued. 



265 



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Who was tlie foe they trampled ? VVhe was the foe they trampled ? Spurning his base control ; The fiend, the fiend, the fiend, the fiend, Inlemp'rance was his 












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me, Intemp'rance, intemp'rance, The fiend intemp'rance, The fiend intemp'rance was his name, Debaser of the soul. 



Our God! Our God! 



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TRIUMPH OF TEMPERANCE. Concluded. 

Increase. 



266 



in tliee we triumph, Thou hast the fight begun, And by tliy grace and strength divine, The victory is won, the victory, the victory is won, is won, The 



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THE SONG OF JUBILEE. 



T. Whittemore. 



267 



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268 



SONG OF JUBILEE. Continued. 



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269 



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270 



SONG OF JUBILEE. Continued. 



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SONG OF JUBILEE. Continued. 



271 






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27* 



SONG OF JUBILEE. Continued. 



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God om - ni - po - tent, oin - ni - po - tent shall reign, 



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SONG OF JUBILEE. Continued. 



273 






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God om - ni - po - tent shall reign, God om - ni - po ■ tent shall reign, Hal - le -lu-jah, hark the sound, heard thro' earth, and thro' the skies. 

SOLO. 



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274 



SONG OF JUBILEE. Continued. 









Wakes above, beneath, around, All ere - a - lion's harmo - nies, All' ere- a - tion's harmo - nies, All ere - ation's liar - mo - nies. See Jehovah's 

Slower. 

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banner furl'd, Sheath 'd his sword, He speaks, 'tis done, And the kingdoms of this world, Are the kingdoms of his Son, Are the kingdoms of his Son, Are the king- 



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SONG OP JUBILEE. Continued. 



275 






kingdoms, 



"i*" •" 9 • • :•: « • 



-doms, are the kingdoms, are the kingdoms of his Son, Are tlie kingdoms, kingdoms of his Son, Are the kingdoms of his Son, Are the kingdoms 



Are the kins - - doms of his Son, 



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of his Son. 

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He shall reign from pole to pole, With iliirn - i - table sway, He shall reign when like a scroll, 

FOR. 




276 



SONG OF JUBILEE. Continued. 






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Yon - der heav'ns shall pass away. 

SYM. 

- - der heav'ns shall pass away, Yon - der heav'ns shall pass away. 

' Yonder 

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Then the end be - neath his rod, Man's last en - e - my shall fall, 

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Halle - In -jah, Christ in God, God in Christ is 









SONG OF JUBILEE. Continued. 



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277 

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God in Christ is all in all, Halle - lu - jah, Halle - lu - jah, Halle - lu jah, A - - 



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278 



SONG OF JUBILEE. Concluded. 



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T. Whittemore. 



279 



1. Should truth with an impartial eye, Look back on days of man passed bv, E'en back to days of yore, What countless niinmns^wnuld she see, 

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Who've trod the path of mis - e - ry, By list'ning to once more, Once more, once more, By lisl'ning to once more. 



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He stops and makes the foolish choice, And says, I'll taste once more,Once more, once more, And says, I'll taste once more. 



Pee reason pleading with a yonth, 
To turn from jiai lis of vice to truth, 

And dwell 00 virtue's shore ; 
lie listens with attentive ears, 
He feels the truth of what he hears, 

But says, ' I'll taste once more.' 



Thus eoes the world with mortals here, 
Thus they steal on from year to year, 

No wiser than before — 
The plea, with all, from day to day, 
Till death shall close the tragic play. 

Is hut ' once more, once more.' 



Put hark ! there comes an awful sound, 
It shakes the rocks, the solid ground, 

With dread from shore to shore ; 
It speaks — oh heed the solemn word ! 
"1 am the great and sovereign Lord, 

Willi me there's no ' once more.' " 



280 

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SHEFFIELD. L. M. 






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Sin - ner, O why so thought - ]e 



grown, Why in such dreadful haste to die, Dar - ing to 



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leap to worlds un - known, Heedless a - gainst thy God to fly. 



Wilt thou despair e - ter - nal fate, urg'd on by 






SHEFFIELD. Continued. 



281 



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Stay sin - ner on the gos - pel plains ; Be - hold, behold the God of love un- 






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282 



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SHEFFIELD. Continued. 

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sold, The glories of his dying pains, For - ev - er telling yet un - told, For-ev-er, for - ev - er, for - ev - er tell - ing, 



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ev - er tell - ing yet un - told, 






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yet un 



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ASCENSION. 



283 



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Je - sus our tri - umpliant head, Ris'n vie - torious from the dead, To the realms of glo - ry gone, To as - cend his 









Soft. 



Loud. 









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righlful throne. Cherubs on the conqu'ror gaze, Seraphs glow with brighter blaze ; Each bright or - der of the 



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284 



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ASCENSION. Continued. 






Hail him, hail him, 



Hail him as he passes by, 






:z:^:iz9.zftiT9~zz^iz^.:zs.ziZaZ. 

Hail him, hail him, Hail him as he passes by. 



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Saints the glorious triumph meet, See their garments at his feet; By his scars his toils are view'd, And his garments 
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ASCENSION. Continued. 



285 



Loud. 



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roll'd in blood. 



Heav'n its king con - grat - ulates, 



Opens wide her golden gates; Angels songs of vict'ry bring, 






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All the blissful, 



All the blissful regions ring. 



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All the bliss - ful regions 



ring, 



All the blissful regions 



Sinners join the 



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All the blissful regions ring. 



286 



ASCENSION. Continued. 






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heav'nly pow'rs, For re - demption all is ours ; None but burden'd sinners prove, Blood-bought pardon dy - ing love. 



Mcestoso. 



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EiliiliililliiilllliEblllii^iiip 



Hail, thou dear, thou wor - thy Lord ; Holy Lamb, incarnate Word ! Hail, thou suff'ring Son of God ! Take the trophies of thy blood. 



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A FUNERAL ANTHEM. Rev. Chap. 14th. 



287 



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I heard a great voice from heav'n say - ing un . to me, 



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forth, 

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write from hence - forth, write from hence- forth, blessed are the dead which die in the Lord. 







288 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



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rest, 



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for they rest, From their la - bors, from their la - bors, 

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ANTHEM. Continued. 



289 



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works, which do fol - low, fol - low, fol - low, which do fol - low, fol - low them, Which do fol - low them. 












MOUNT VERNON. To the memory of Mrs. Mart Snelling. Humbert. 



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To part with thee, To part with thee my na - ture bleeds, The painful task is mine ; My best of earthly gifts has fled, A gift al- 



31 



290 



MOUNT VERNON. Continued. 



most di - vine. So much of heav'u made earth retire, She could no longer stay ; Her love to God o'er-swell'd desire, And burst the band of clay. 












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O, let my ransom'd spir • it go, 



The fullness of his love to know. I long to go nor wish my stay, Nor 



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MOUNT VERNON. Continued. 



291 















ask but for my flight ; Then joy - ful I shall soar a • way To ev - er - last - ing night. 



1 see, I see my 






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i:q;:zz==:-iiz:5=:i=p=;=i:pzi 









Saviour dear, I hear a solemn call ; Heav'n smiles on his tti - umph - ant car, My Saviour and my all. 









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She 






292 

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MOUNT VERNON. Continued. 


















ceas't, she ceas't, her spir - it soar'd a - way, To man - sions 















in e - - ter - nal day. 



Then dry my flowing fall- ing tears, On faith's strong pinions fly; Pass but a few more fleet - ing years, Be- neath the frowning sky. 



O how we'll greet each other there, On that e - ter - nal shore; And sweetly sing re- deeming love, When time shall be no mere. 



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JESSOP'S LAMENTATION. Words by Rev. W. Jessop.* 



Humbert. 



293 






Whose weeping, &c. 









This tree a sacred monument I rear, Whose weeping houghs, 



weeping boughs - 



give birth to vent the flow - ing 
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Whose weeping boughs, weeping, weeping, weeping, &c. 









tears ; And shall in future years Tell me that thou art here. The roses at thy feet Shall also bear a part, And information give, That here thou art. Resting in silence, 



Tell me, Tell me, &c. 

* Occasioned by the death of his sister, on whose grave he planted a weeping-willow and a rose-bush, and inscribed these lines. 



294 

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JESSOP'S LAMENTATION. Continued. 



Resting in silence, Resting in silence, in this dark retreat, Where ros - es fade, and tend' - rest lovers meet. Farewell, 



Where ros - es, roses fade, and tend'rest, lend'rest, &c. 



End with the last strain but one, " Farewell.' 

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Farewell, Farewell, my sister, Fare - well. Jesus calls thee home; My bleeding heart re - signs; " Thy, will be done." 



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VICTORS. 



Holyokc 



295 






9 "* 




Sing the triumphs of your conq'ring head, Sing the triumphs of your conq'ring head, and cru - ci - fi - ed king. 



tr. 



Moderate 






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His achievements, when he vanquish'd all our enemies, we'll sing; His achievements, when he vanquish'd all our en - e - mies, we'll sing. 



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296 



VICTORS. Continued. 



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Most triumphant, great and glorious, He from death and hell a - rose ; ' In him all his church victorious, Triumph'd o'er her dreadful foes. 






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High ascend - ing 'midst an - gelic Songs and sounds of trumpets loud, In e - ter - nal triumphs leading All the captives of his blood. 



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VICTORS. Continued. 

Crescendo. 



Modcrntn. 



297 



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Hal - le - lu - jah, Hal - le - lu - jah, Hal - le - lu - jah, Glo - ry, 



lo - ry, 



glo - ry, Lord, he thine 



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MEDLEY. 



Humbert. 






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Where is the holy heav : n born, heav'n bom Child, Heir of the everlasting throne, Who God and man hath reconcil'd, hath reconcil'd, And 

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298 



MEDLEY. Continued. 



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see there, 






heav'n and earth rejoin'd in one, re - join'd in one. See there, new born Saviour see, By faith dis - cern the 






see there the 












great I Am, 'Tis he, th' • - ter - nal God, 



'tis he, That bears the- mild Im • manuel's name. 



On Je • 






MEDLEY. Continued. 



299 






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face with eager amaze, And pleasure extat - ic the seTaphims gaze. Their newly bom King, transported they sing, And heaven and earth with the 



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triumph doth ring. Let angels and arch - an - gels sing, The won - der - /'ul Im - manuel's name, A - dore with 

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300 



MEDLEY. Continued. 















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us the new-born King, And still the joy - ful naws proclaim. Ye morning stars your hymns employ, And shout ye sons of God for joy. 



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He laid his glo- ry by, He wrapt him in our clay, Unmark'd by hu - man eye, The latent Godhead lay. In - fant of days he 

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MEDLEY. Continued. 

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301 









here became, And bore the mild Im • manuel's name. 



Go see the King of glo - ry, Discern the heav'nly stranger; So poor 



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and mean his court an inn, His cradle is a manger. Gaze on that help - less ob - ject Of endless ad - o ration ; Those 



302 



MEDLEY. Continued. 



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in - fant hands shall burst our bands, Those infant hands shall burst our bands, And work out our salva- tion. Then let us behold Mes - siah the 

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Lord, By prophets foretold, by angels ador'd, Our God's in -car • nation with angels proclaim, And sing of salvation in Je • bus's name. 

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BENEVOLENCE. 



Humbert. 



303 



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Blessed is he that con - sid-er-eth the poor, The Lord will de - liv - er him in the time of trou • ble : 



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all his bed, all, &c. 

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304 



BENEVOLENCE. Continued. 

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BENEVOLENCE. Continued. 



305 






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thou shalt find it af - ter ma - ny days. 



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BENEVOLENCE. Continued. 



i char - i - ty, faith, 



and saved him out of all hia trouble. 



Follow after char - i - ty, hope, and chari • ty ; but the greatest of these is 






char - i - ty, faith, 



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BENEVOLENCE. Continued. 



307 






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a good founda • tion, for God is not un - righteous to forget your la - bor of love. In - asmuch as ye have done it unto one 



ye have, &c. 















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of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it un - to me, ye have done it i un • to me, ye have dc 









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BENEVOLENCE. Continued. 






ver-i - ly, and ver - i - ly, 






it un • to me. 



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veri - ly, and ver-i • ly I say unto you, 

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You shall in no wise lose your reward. 

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Blesied be the Lord God of Israel, from ever • lasting to ever - last - ing, 

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you shall, &c. 



BENEVOLENCE. Continued. 



309 






from, &c. 









from ev-er - last - ing, to ev-er • last - ing, to ever - last - ing, 

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and let all the people, 



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all the people say, and let all the peo - pie say, let the peo • pie say, 

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A - men, Praise ye the Lord. 






310 

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HERALD ANGELS. 



Humbert. 



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Hark! the herald, the herald, the her * aid an -gels sing, the herald, the herald, her • aid angels sing: 



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HERALD ANGELS. Continued. 



311 



Soft. ^-^ ^-^ 






Peace on earth, 



and mercy mild, 



God and Bin - ners recon - cil'd. Joy - ful all ye nations rise, 



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312 






HERALD ANGELS. Continued. 






Christ by highest heav'n a, - dor'd, Christ the ev - er -lasting Lord, Late in time behold him come, Offspring of a vir - gin's womb. 



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Veil'd in flesh, the Godhead he, Hail th'incarnate De - i • ty, Pleas'd as man with man appear, Jesus our Immanue! here. 



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HERALD ANGELS. Continued. 



313 



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Hail the heav'n-born Prince of peace, Hail the son of righteousness ; Light and life is all he brings, Ris'n with healing in his wings. 






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Praise the Lord, Praise the Lord, Hal - le - lu - jah, Praise the Lord, Hal - le - lu - jah, Halle -lu-jah, Hal - le - lujah, Praise the Lord. 



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314 



ANTHEM FOR EASTER. 



Billing. 



Air. Hal - le - lu-jah, Tlie Lord is ris'n in -deed, Hat - Je - lu - jab. 

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jNow is Christ ris • en from the dead and be - come the first fruits of them that 



slept. 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



315 



Now is Christ risen from the dead and become the first fruits of them that slept. Hal - le - lu-jah, halle - lujah, hal - le - lu - jah. 



And did he rise, And did he 






And did he rise, 



did he rise, Hear, O ye nations, Hear it, O ye dead. 






And did he rise, 



And did he 



rise, 






And did he rise, 



And did he 



316 



ANTHEM. Continued. 



He rose, he rose, He rose, he rose, he burst the bars of death, He burst the bars of death, he burst the bars of death, and triumph'd o'er the grave. 

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ANTHEM. Continued. 



317 






seiz'd e • ter - nal youth. 



Man, all im - mortal, hail, hail, heaven all lavish of strange gifts to 



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Hail to the day spring, Dawning from a- far, Hail, Hail, Hail, Hail to the day spring dawning from a - far; 









Bright in the east I see, I see his na - tal star. 



Pris'ners of 






HAIL TO THE DAY SPRING. Continued. 



319 






hope lift up your eyes, Be - hold, Be - hold the King of glo - ry from the skies. 



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choirs his peaceful advent greet, And Gentile sag - es, And Gentile sag - es, And Gentile sages worship at his feet. 



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320 



HAIL TO THE DAY SPRING. Continued. 



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The tree of life, the tree of life, Be - side the stream that laves, that iaves the field of Paradise, with glad'ning waves, 



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comes, He comes to preach good tidings, good tidings, good tidings, good tidings, good tidings to the poor, and heal the wounds that 



HAIL TO THE DAY SPRING. Continued. 



321 



^_ -S-. - -- - — - -| 






nature cannot cure 



Son of the Highest who can tell thy fame, who can tell thy fame, 



The deaf shall hear it, the deaf shall 






The deaf shall hear it, 






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HAIL TO THE DAY SPRING. Continued. 



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hear it, aod the dumb proclaim. 



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Now shall the blind behold their Saviour's might, the lame go forth rejoicing in his might, go forth rejoicing in his might. 












He comes, He * comes, He comes, Ye bars of steel, Ye gates of brass, Ye bars of steel give way, Ye gates of brass give way, He comes, He comes, Ye 



HAIL TO THE DAY SPRING. Continued. 






323 



Pia. 



For. 






golden portals, ye gold - en portals, ye gold - en por - tals of the spheres, 



The Son of righteousness appears, the Son of righ - teousness ap- 



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ll AIL TO THE DAY SPRING. Continued. 



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brightens o'er those glorious days, shall reign, he shall reign, shall reign, shall reign, shall reign, shall reign with undi - vided power, to earth's re- 



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molest bounds, to nature's fi - nal hour, to earth's re • motest bounds, to nature's fi - - nal hour. 



WATERLOO. 






S. Humbert. 



325 



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The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, that crieth in the wilderness, Prepare ye the way of the Lord, Prepare ye the way of the Lord, 

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326 



WATERLOO. Continued. 









God, and all flesh shall see the sal - vation of God ; For unto us a child is born, unto us a Son is giv'n, And his name shall be call • ed 



Slow. /ts 



Wonderful, Counsellor, the mighty God, the everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace. Ye mountains and valleys his praises resound, Ye hills and ye dales re- 






WATERLOO. Continued. 



327 



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i Break forth into singing ye treesoflhe wood, ye trees of the wood, 



echo the sound, Break forth into singing ye trees of the wood, For Jesus is bringing lost sinners to God, For Jesus is bringing lost sinners to God. Blessed, 









Blessed, Blessed be the Lord God of Israel, For he hath vis • it - ed and redeem - ed his peo - pie, 

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And thou shalt call his 



328 



WATERLOO. Continued. 









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Je - sus, 



Je • sus, 






Je - sus, Je - sus, 



For he shall save his people, his people, his people from their sins, for he shall save his 






name, Je - sus, 



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people from their sins. 



To our Re • deemer God, wis • dom and pow'r be • longs, 



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WATERLOO. Continued. 



329 






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mortal crowns of Maj - es - ty and everlasting songs, Immortal crowns of mujes - ty and ev - er - lasting songs. 



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Ch. Ps. Hy. 458. 



PAULUS. S. M. 



JL MODERATE. 

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Unveils the glories of his face, And sheds his love, his love a -broad. 

LOUD. DIM. 



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* / How charming is Hie place Where my Redeemer God Unveils the glories of his face, A 

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- - - - And sheds his love abroad. 

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How charming is the place Where my Redeemer God Unveils the glo - - lies of his face 



And sheds his love a - broad. 

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Unveils the glories of his face, And sheds lirs love, bis luve a - broad. 



330 



FAULUS. Continued.. 

LOUD. 



2. Here, on tlie mercy-seat, With radiant glo - ry crowned, Our joyful eyes behold him sit, - - - And smile on all around. 



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2. Here, on the mercy - seat, 



- seat, With radiant glo- ry crowned, Our joyful eyes behold him sit, And smile on all, on all a- round 

LOUD. D IM. 

2. Here, on the mercy - seat, With radiant glo - ry crowned, Our joyful eves behold him sit, And smile on all, on all a -round 

LOUD. -^ /- -s DIM. 

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2. Here, on the mercy-seat, With radiant glo- ry crowned, Our joyful eyes .... behold him sit, - - • - And smile oil all a- round. 

LOUD. DIM. 



3. — their prayers and ciies Each contrite soul presents: 



And while he hears their humble sighs, He grants them all their wants. 






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3. Te him their prayers and! ories Each contrite soul - - - - presents: And while he hears their humble sighs, He grants them all their wants. 

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And while he hears their humble sighs, He grants them all their wants. 
LOUD. DIM. 



• I. — their prayocs and. cries. Each, contrite soul presents; And while lie hears 



'.heir humble sighs, He grants tliem. all their wants*. 



PAULUS. Continued. 331 

DIM, 

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4. (Jive me, U Lord, a place Within thy blest 



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4. Give me, () Lord, T place With -in thy blest a- bod 



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Among the children of thy grace, The servants of - - - my God. 

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HYMN. " Sweet is the scene when Christians die." Ch. Ps. Hy. <315. 



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1. Sweet is the scene, when Christians die, When holy souls retire to rest : How mildly beams the closing eye ! How gently heaves th'expinng breast,th'expiring breast ! 






332 



HYMJV. Continued 



dim. 



So sinks the gale when storms are o'er ; So dies a wave a - long the ^hore. 

2. So fades a summer cloud away ;. So gently shuts the eye of day ; So dies a wave a- long the shore. 

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So sinks the gale when storms are o'er ; 



So dies a wave a - long the shore 



3. Tri - umphant smiles the vie - tor's brow, Fanned by some guardian an- gel's wing, F'anned by some guardian an- gel's wing: 



ORGAN TONE. 






Fanned by some guardian an - gel's wing. 



3. Tri - umphant smiles the vie - tor's brow, 

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ORGAN. TOM£.. 



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HYMN". Continued'. 

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/CV SOFT. 



333 

IK Time. 2d Time. LoiM. 






rt\ Si* /Z\ lit Time. 2d Time. 

O grave '- where is thy vie - tory now, O grave! where is thy vie - tory now, And where, O death, where is thy sting, sting, And 

^ O C\ 1st Time. 2d Time. 

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where, O death, And where, O death, where is thy sting? where, where, where is thy sting? 



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where, O deaths And where, O death, where is thy sting? where, where, where is thy sting ? 



334 



VICTORY. L. M. 



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He reigns, the Lord the Saviour reigns, Praise him in e - van • gel - ic strains ; Let the whole earth in songs rejoice, And distant islands join their 



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voice And distant islands join their voioe. Deep are liis counsels and unknown; But grace and truth support his thnme; Tho' gloomy clouds his way sur - round, 



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VICTORY. Continued 1 , 



335 






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Justice is their e - ternal ground. In robes of judgment, lo, he comes ! Shakes the wide earth' and cleaves the tombs, Shakes the wide earth and cleaves ilie tombs; 



Before him burns de - vour • ing fire, The mountains, mountains, &c. 



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Before him burns devouring fire, The mountains melt, the seas retire. His enemies, with sore dis- 

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ALPHABETICAL, INDEX, 



Activity* . . . 


. 89 


Admiration* . . 


. 203 


A Hymn for Easter Day 214 


Alacrity* . . . 


. 15 


Albemarle . . • 


. 120 




. 154 


Amherst .... 


. 204 


Amsterdam . . . 


. 213 


Anthem of Harmony 


. 236 


Angels' Hymn . . 


. 51 




• 47 


Ashby .... 


, 205 


Atlantic , . . . 


. 80 






Ballstown . . 


. 73 










Believer's Consolatipi 


58 


Betrftsda . . . 


. 195 


Bethlehem . . . 


. 216 


Billings . . . 


. 64 






Boston . . . 


. 114 


Bower bank . . . 


. 135 


Brattle Street . 


. 143 1 


Brentford . . . 


, 75 


Bridgewater . . 


34 


Bristol . . . 


i 40 


Brookfield . . 


, 30 


Brooklyn . . 


179 




. 223 



Buckingham 

Bur ford . 

Burnham . 

Canton 

Calvary . 

Carleton Side 

Carthage . 

Charleston 

Charlestown 

Chelsea . 

China 

Clifford . 

Clinton . 

Coburn . 

Concord . 

Corinth . 
Coronation 
Contest . 
Confidence New 
Coridon . 
Cookham 
Contemplation 
Coventry 
Cordova . 
Cowper . 
Confidence 
Contrition 
Crockett . 
Dalston . 
Danville . 
Devizes . 



. 99 
. 145 
. 201 
• 102 
. 230 
. 56 
. 115 
. Ill 
. '86 
. 28 
. 129 
. 144 
. 71 
. 229 
, 53 
69 
97 
172 
185 
188 
217 
18 
20 
21 
29 
42 
50 
225 
194 
103 
128 







December . . 


. . 151 


Delectation . . 


. . 199 




. . 36 






Dorchester . . 


. . 167 


Douglass . . 


. . 20 










Eden of Love . 


. . 186 


Elim .... 




Expostulation . 


. . 189 


Exhortation . . 


. . 70 


Fall of Babylon 


, , 60 


Felicity . . . 


t . 220 


Fitchburg . . 


. . 279 


Fort Lawrence . 


. . 46 


Fountain . . 


. . 35 


Frederickton 


. . 176 


Free Grace . . 


. , 198 


Gagetown . . 


. . 43 






Gath .... 








Gospel Trumpet 


. . 196 


Grant .... 








Grace* 




Gratitude* . . 


. . 152 


Greenfield . . 


. . 177 







Harwich . 
Harts . . . 
Hallowell, 7's 
Hallowell, C. M 
Harmony 
Halifax . . 
Hanover, L. M 
Hanover, C. M 
Hawley . 
Hatfield . . 
Hope* . . 
Home 

Hopkinton . 
Illinois . . 
Interment 
Invitation, L. M 
Invitation, C. M 
Jordan . . 
Judgment 
Lebanon* . 
Lenox . . 
Leverett Street 
Lewiston 
Liverpool 
Limehouse . 
Lively* . 
Lisbon . . 
Little Marlborou 
Lincoln . . 
Lockport . . 
Lorrain . . 



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. 211 

. 214 

. 230 

. 140 

. 197 

. 54 

. 74 

. 132 

. 85 

. 164 

. 173 

. 193 

, 27 

74 

, 88 

44 

93 

130 

182 

239 

210 

128 

159 

49 

67 

89 

154 

157 

224 

168 

84 



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Lyons 

Martyrdom 

Marah 

Marcellus 

Majesty 

Med ford 

Mear . 

Mendon 

Merdin 

Missionary 

Minerva . 

Montague 

Mortality 

Mount Pisgah* 

Moulines . . 

Montgomery, P. M 

Montgomery, 7's 

Mount Calvary* 

Munich . . 
Naples . . 
Nativity . . 
Nazareth 
New Durham 
New Hundred 
New Triumph 
New burgh . 
Norway . . 
Nottaway 
Northfield . 
Norwich, S. M. 
Norwich, 7's. 



• 181 

• 145 
. 211 

• 165 
. 108 

• 19 

• 109 

• 78 

• 232 

• 92 
. 26 

• 39 
. 66 
. 91 
. 98 
. 190 
. 219 
, 17 
. 72 
. 66 

127 
142 
106 

87 

31 
209 
164 

81 
122 
158 
222 



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ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



Ocean 110 

Ocean New* ... 17 
Old Hundred ... 22 

Oliphant 231 

Omega 100 

Orland 68 

Overton 150 

Park Street .... 80 

Paris 35 

Palestine 178 

Pastoral* . . . .174 

Paradise 57 

Peru 242 

Pennsylvania ... 37 
Pentecost .... 24 
Pendleton .... 79 
Peterborough . . .136 
Pilgrim's Farewell . .202 
Pilesgrove .... 71 
Plainfield .... 138 
Pleyel's Hymn ... 22 
Portuguese Hymn . . 23 

Portland (» 

Porter 19 

Pomfret . . . . . 163 
Prospect* . . . .192 
Psalm 34th . . . .141 
Psalm 58th .... 180 



Psalm 73d . 
Psalm 119th 
Quebec . 
Quito . . . 
Rapture . . 
Resignation* 
Resolution . 
Remembrance 
Reflection, C. M. 
Reflection, 8's & 6 
Religion . 



Request .. . 

Ripley 

Rothwell 

Rochester 

Russia 

Sandwich 

Sandy River 

Safford . . 

Sardis . . . 

Savannah 

Seaman's Song 

Sherburne 

Sherburn 

Shelburne 

Shrewsbury . 

Shirland . . 

Simplicity 



124 

104 

78 

77 

184 

94 

101 

200 

129 

240 

170 

171 

229 

75 

136 

27 

62 

52 

76 

233 

183 

48 

244 

95 

139 

146 

172 



Singing School 
Silver Street 
Smyrna . 
Sol way 
Solemity* 
Solitude New 
Stonefield 
Stoddard 
Stafford . . 
Stepney . . 
Stade . . . 
Star in the East 
St. Bernard . 
St. John . . 
St. Martin's . 
St. Michael's 
Submission* 
Sutton 
Sunbury . 
Sudbury . 
Sussex Vale 
Terah . 
The Dove 
The Gospel Banner 
Truth* . 
Troy . . 
Trial* . 
Trenton . 



122 
169 
148 
137 

96 
112 

85 
226 
161 
156 
118 
191 
160 

45 
113 
184 

90 

99 
105 
152 
207 
175 
121 
234 

16 
155 

90 
243 



M. 
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Turner 
Turin . 
Verona 
Vivacity* 
Victory 
Ward . 
Warren 
Walsal 
Watchma 
Wayne, L 
Wayne, C 
Wells . . 
Wellville . 
West Sudbury 
Weymouth . 
Whitefield . 
Winter . . 
Williamstown 
Windham 
Windsor . . 
Wilmot .■ . 
Woodstock . 
Woodman 
Worcester 
Yarmouth 
Yarmouth, 
Yates . . 
Zion, L. M 



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126 
218 
206 

16 
107 

65 
132 
117 
171 

79 
142 

41 

83 
162 
208 
133 
149 

3;? 

33 

96 

224 

131 

22S 

166 

153 

227 

82 

68 



Zion, 8's, 7's &. 4 . . 235 
Zion, 8's &, 6's . . 241 

Special Pieces. 
A Funeral Anthem . 287 
Anthem for Easter . 314 
Ascension .... 283 
Benevolence .... 303 
Hail to the Day Spring 318 
Herald Angels . . . 310 
Hymn — " Sweet is the 
scene when Chris- 
tians die" . . . 331 
Jesscp's Lamentation . 293 
Judah's Triumph* . 215 

Medley 297 

Mortals Awake* . . 2 19 
Mount Vernon . . . 2s<) 

Paulus i$29 

Sheffield 1280 

The Song of Jubilee . 267 

Trumpet 257 

Triumph of Temper- 
ance 263 

Victory . . . . , . 334 

Victors 295 

Waterloo 325 



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